Friday, March 19, 2010

Famous Women ATCs

Group shot
Queen Victoria Fact (on back): National Pride connected with the name of Victoria-the term Victorian England stemmed from the Queen's ethics and personal tastes which generally reflected those of the middle class.

Princess Diana Fact (on back): Diana's interest in helping young people led to the establishment of the Diana Memorial Award, awarded to youths that show unselfish devotion to causes that were advocated by the Princess.

Jane Austen Fact (on back): Austen was an English novelist whose works of romantic fiction have earned her a place as one of the most widely read and beloved writers in English literature.
I was inspired by a piece of artwork in the Winter Somerset Gallery magazine where an artist used images of women throughout history and celebrated them through the piece. I thought this would translate into a fun ATC swap theme for the In My Vintage Room Yahoo Group. These are my picks for women to celebrate, for no other reason than their images inspired some creativity for me and their stories of power, strength, charity and individuality mark them as women all of us can be proud of.


  1. Tabitha, these are wonderful. Makes me wonder why I'm not participating. Wish I were now, but I will get back soon. Keep up the good work. You are an inspiration.

  2. Tabitha; these are lovely. Your art is so defined and inspirational! xxoo

  3. Tabitha,
    What a great idea for an ATC swap! Your ATC's do have that "Somerset" style to them. These miniature "works of art" are a lot of fun to make,