The following ATCs are free for you to download and print.
By the light (R-rated for nudity) – A nude figure and flowers.
Dream (R-rated for nudity)- Faerie themed, with a nude in a woodland setting.
Everlasting – Eerie image of a little girl with teddy bear.
Face behind the words – A mix of historical, Asian and feminist elements.
Ghosts in the old saloon (R-rated for nudity) – Inspired by a Texas ghost story.
Gold Leaf – A card with an illusion of gold.
Gold Leaf – ATC tutorial – How the card was made.
Memories – A nostalgic ATC.
How the Memories ATC was made – a four-part tutorial:
How to Create a Digital ATC
Adding more layers
Giving it meaning
Finishing the ATC
Midnight in New Orleans – A dark and eerie ATC.
Nevermore – An ATC tribute to Edgar Allan Poe.
Haunted New Orleans #1 – A digital collage of Pirate’s Alley.
Reality/Imagination – another free, printable ATC, and a free poster, too.
You can write your own life story in just 15 minutes a day. Really.
I’m probably best-known for my personal journaling workshops and online art journals.
I want to share some of my journaling tips with you in this free PDF about journaling your own history.
Journaling Your Past is a free 26-page manual, and it’s like taking one of my popular workshops at home. (This PDF was the foundation of my Artfest 2001 workshop of the same name.)
You’ll learn how to create a rich and rewarding journal of your personal and family history easily, in just 15 minutes a day.
Whether you’d like to record your life story for future generations, or introduce your family to the fascinating study of genealogy and family history, this is a great way to start.
This workbook includes class notes, reproduceable worksheets, and tips on how to teach this class yourself.
It’s also ideal for homeschoolers, Scouts or church groups, or for family evenings at home.
This ebook is a PDF that you can read with the free Adobe Acrobat Reader program.
To read or download this free ebook, click here:
Journaling Your Past by Aisling D’Art
You can make your own family history shrine or display using this free 14 page PDF.
- This illustrated ebook includes a supply list, plus step-by-step instructions.
- It also includes helpful tips for finding family photos, preparing them, and assembling your own family history shrine.
- In addition, you will find suggestions for teaching this as a workshop.
You can download it as a PDF file, and share that link with others.
You have my permission to make additional copies for other people.
The only conditions are:
- Keep my copyright notice on each page and
- Don’t charge money (beyond what you were charged, per copy) to distribute it.
You can also freely teach this as a workshop using this PDF as a handout. Just make it clear that I’m the one who designed the project.
Family History Shrines – PDF file