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    I've been pretty busy lately but it's hard to resist an ATHON. I will at least lurk

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    Shaped cards also interest me, thanks for the suggestion.

    I wonder if may regional foods and drinks might interest anyone.

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    I added all new suggestions.

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    Just heard on the news: in June the post office is releasing scratch and sniff postage stamps!

    https://www.today.com/food/scratch-s...ervice-t129530

    I can't wait!
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    Thanks for the invite! I don't think I will be able to play, though, our relatives are visiting from the UK!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KESagers View Post
    Just heard on the news: in June the post office is releasing scratch and sniff postage stamps!

    https://www.today.com/food/scratch-s...ervice-t129530

    I can't wait!
    We had scratch and sniff postage stamps some years ago and they were popular . They were published a bit before Christmas and had ginger bread and christmas tree smells.

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    I thought of another theme - quotes by Shakespeare. What made me think of that was that I was looking at a set of magnetic quotes that I picked up when I was in Stratford. One was "Thou Smell of Mountain Goat" (Henry V), and I thought that might make a fun card.

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    Love your suggestion to use Shakespeare quotes - could be a lot of fun!
    There is a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in. Leonard Cohen

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    I updated the list of optional challenges. I think we have enough them now.

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    I love the challenges (might have to borrow my daughter's book of quotes to make sure I am remembering Shakespeare).

    A few years ago Australia Post released stamps that smelled of our eucalyptus - I think I still have some. Oh, no!! They are packed in all our Melbourne stuff still to come up here

    Marked on my calendar and raring to go!
    I have a new address from the end of June - ROBINA.

    Now hosting:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amapola View Post
    Checking in, thanks for the invite! Cards with an unusual shape could be a challenge option. I think house shape has been quite popular lately and would also love to try the circle shape, so called ATC coins. I think the coin-shaped ATC swap filled up pretty quickly.
    I never saw this, is it an oval to get the atc dimensions? Tell us more please?
    Last edited by Linda4atc; 05-25-2018 at 03:11 PM.

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    I may not be able to give it my all, but I'm looking forward to art and friends in another of Sniisk's wonderful a-thons.

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    Linda, the swap I mentioned was actually called Circles, not Coins, but both names are used for the circle shaped ATCs. To fit in the standart plastic pockets they need to have a diameter of 2,5 inches. I was too late to join the swap but got inspired by the idea and cut some backgrounds ready last weekend, when I was able to borrow the right size die cut. So I might make these, if I have time next weekend to join the Athon.

    http://www.atcsforall.com/forum/show...-Due-July-16th
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    Lovin' the countdown!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amapola View Post
    Linda, the swap I mentioned was actually called Circles, not Coins, but both names are used for the circle shaped ATCs. To fit in the standart plastic pockets they need to have a diameter of 2,5 inches. I was too late to join the swap but got inspired by the idea and cut some backgrounds ready last weekend, when I was able to borrow the right size die cut. So I might make these, if I have time next weekend to join the Athon.

    http://www.atcsforall.com/forum/show...-Due-July-16th
    Awesome, I have a set of the fancy edged circle dies. and an old Sizzix Big die I'll have to see how they meaure up.

    Thank you for the updates, some of us really need them. LOL Sniisk's post 26 hours was at 3:01 today(my time?. I woke up this morning thinking it started Wednesday which would have been today for me, sigh ... hoow many hours now?

    LOL I guess I can do my itraders and IOU commitments houses today. LOL

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    My husbands birthday is on the first, so I can't completely ignore him, and we are planning an outing for Friday. But the sweetie he is, he said I could postpone it to next week if I'm really into my art that day. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linda4atc View Post
    Awesome, I have a set of the fancy edged circle dies. and an old Sizzix Big die I'll have to see how they meaure up.

    Thank you for the updates, some of us really need them. LOL Sniisk's post 26 hours was at 3:01 today(my time?. I woke up this morning thinking it started Wednesday which would have been today for me, sigh ... hoow many hours now?

    LOL I guess I can do my itraders and IOU commitments houses today. LOL
    19 and half hours .

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