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Old 01-02-2014, 03:49 PM   #1
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I made an overlay for A2 card I am making any suggestions how to attach or what to put on the background? It's a travel collage stamp.
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I've not done this before, but perhaps you could use vellum tape and it wouldn't show. Or put a frame around it on the top and adhere it that way.
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Maybe one of these ideas would work for you:

Decorative Ways to Secure Vellum To Invitations Without Glue
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Thanks for the ideas.
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I used gel medum to adhere the acetate to this ATC. You can also hide glue under borders, frames or die cuts. I have a second ATC using this same tech in my gallery and one where I used foam tape under a die cut frame to attach the acetate. hth!


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Brads/eyelets is another option, or maybe eyelets and tied with ribbon/cord/twine threaded through them?Or tiny glue dots, with an embellishment over to hide it.
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