Wednesday, August 22, 2018

ATC Mixup Stencils from 7 Designers!

The ATC Mixup Stencils are here from Andrew Borloz, Jennifer Evans, Kristie Taylor, Carolyn Dube, Seth Apter, Pam Carriker, and June Pfaff Daley! 

Each large stencil has nine 2.5" x3.5" designs for your diminutive art-making pleasure.

Andrew Borloz' ATC Mixup features Geometric Patterns and a Cityscape

Andrew Borloz resized nine of his favorite stencils for this ATC Mix Up: Crazy Quilts Bold & Beautiful, Crossed Rounds, Curvies Combo, Half Rings, Cityscape, X & O, Wheel Spokes, Tribal Pattern C, and Screw Heads. All of them except Cityscape can be used to create abstract or geometric art. Use them as background or in the foreground. The middle one, Cityscape offers different possibilities for creating unique cityscapes! 

Jennifer Evans' ATC Mixup features Florals and Faces

Whether you choose faces or butterflies, floral designs or Mid Century Modern patterns, it is a delight to combine a couple of elements from Jennifer Evans' ATC Mixup when you are creating in miniature. You can see a tutorial by Jennifer on our Pinterest page.

Kristie Taylor's ATC Mixup features Words and Mandalas

Choose your words: peace, namaste, Paint your dreams, decide your vibe, good vibes and Choose your mandala or stylized flower when you create with Kristie Taylor's ATC Mixup.

Carolyn Dube's ATC Mixup features Your Art Tribe

Carolyn Dube's ATC Mixup is filled with her faves: Wonky eyes and butterflies, your tribe and planets aligned, stars and diamonds, paint drips, scribble writing, and archeological blueprints. These 9 ATC sized images play well in the foreground or background, making this a fabulous stencil for creating ATCs, art journaling, greeting cards, and more!

Seth Apter's ATC Mixup features 

Seth Apter's ATC Mixup Stencil is replete with urban graffiti patterns and elements - numbers, now, be, story, seek, etc. These grungy, hand-drawn marks make building texture layers easy.

Pam Carriker's ATC Mixup features 

Signature Pam Carrier components are available in miniature on this stencil. Bring windows, female anatomy figure, head with mask, textures, and 2 composition grids into your ATC art.

June Pfaff Daley's ATC Mixup features 

Celebrate the sea with June Pfaff Daley's ATC Mixup stencil. Oceanic creatures include a seahorse and turtle. You'll recognize the arms of an octopus, as well as coral, shell, sand dollar and sea urchin motifs.

You are in control with a multitude of choices including Mary Beth Shaw's ATC Mixup 1 and ATC Mixup 2

Which ATC stencils will take over your studio space?


  1. Fantastic New stencils . Great design and such a cool size. ♥ x

  2. Great idea to make ATC sized designs...can’t pick a favorite, so many fantastic designs and interpretations!

  3. I love making ATCs and tags. These are great. I also love making backgrounds with different sizes of the same or similar stencils. I am thrilled with these. What a perfect time for these (in my world). Thanks SG and designers. I also remember people asking for that small turtle. Yay.

  4. I agree with Peg, these ATC stencils are fabulous!

  5. Brilliant idea to have bite sized. Love them

  6. Beautiful atc's! Such different ideas with each-thanks for the inspiration!
    Jackie ")

  7. Hi! I have a question for Jennifer Evans. When you did the butterfly on your little card, how did you get the paint in the fine areas? Did you mask them all off individually, or did you use a paintbrush or a paint pen? thank you very much!

  8. The work done by you is really beautiful. Thanks for sharing post I like your way of writing. Please update more posts.


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