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Old 11-10-2005, 03:06 AM   #1
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Default WT34 - Join in the Ways to Use It Challenge - Everyone welcome!

This week's challenge is to use something I love but always forget to use! This week your challenge is to use ACETATE or transparency sheets in your work. I love the professional look of acetate. It give a nice polished look when layered on a card. If you wish to stamp on acetate, you will need Stazon ink so that it won't rub off. If you are stuck for ideas....how about stamped acetate in a glass ornament for the holidays, acetate in a window, acetate in a shaker card, smackin' acetate, pearl ex and acetate... the list goes on! Let's see what we can come up with. As always, please help us out and share any tips or techniques or technique sheets that you might have. It is always great to learn something new.

Please remember to put WT34 in your keywords section as you upload and post a link back here. If you can't upload at this time, feel free to post an attachment right to this thread. There is no time limit so feel free to post as often and for as long as you like. Have fun.

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Great challenge Julia! I haven't done much with acetate except shakers and the ornaments. I think I'll try something new.
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I will have to find my acetate and use it - MAYBE with my new WHITE stazon. Did anyone else get the white Stazon???? Feels like craft ink to me!

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They have white stazon!? That would be so cool for snowflakes! WHERE do you get it?
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I have a question....can you emboss acetate or will it just melt or shrivel?
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What is "smackin acetate"??? Is that in a listed on the site somewhere? Sounds like something fun!
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I have embossed on it before...But I had to be very careful with it and move the heat gun around alot...It is rather tricky.HTH

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I made this card a couple of years ago. It is made with acetate and glitter. However, I don't remember how I got different colors on. Anyone know how to do this technique? I'd love to make more but don't remember how.
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I'm going to PM you two files I have on this subject, it is fun!

Julia, I use acetate with my stamp positioner and it works great and it does get used almost daily! I'm about ready to cut a new sheet, this one is pretty beat up already.
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I have a question....can you emboss acetate or will it just melt or shrivel?
if you are VERY careful. it might wrap a little but if you attach it with brads it flattens out nicely. there is a kind of acetate that doesn't warp at all but the name of it is eluding me at the moment.
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You can use transparancies that are meant to go through a printer and are heat resistant. It will indicate that on the package.
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Hello,

Is ACETATE the same as transparency sheets?
I can not find it in my dictionary.

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Is ACETATE the same as transparency sheets?
I can not find it in my dictionary.

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I made this card a couple of years ago. It is made with acetate and glitter. However, I don't remember how I got different colors on. Anyone know how to do this technique? I'd love to make more but don't remember how.
Was it done with the Glitter Puzzle technique? I've never done it. Here are a couple of threads I found about it

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here's my first one and it was a challenge! this card didn't scan too well (at all) and this stamp is very hard to use. i think this stamp company made this one a tad too detailed.

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I stamped the poinsettia onto the acetate with Black Stazon; then I used a paint brush to brush on the PearlEx; then when finished, I covered it with microbeads. I thought the end result was pretty cool! So, here's mine:

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They have white stazon!? That would be so cool for snowflakes! WHERE do you get it?
Hey Julia - I saw it in a magazine and ended up ordering it from the Stamp Attic last month...it was on backorder and just arrived Monday. PS. They have great prima flowers and white stazon = so the shipping was well worth it.....

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Very pretty, Vicky G.! I like the color scheme, too )
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I dont have these! If any one has any suggestions or else I will try this challenge next week! Thanks for your help!
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Here's my 1st try at Acetate & Tissue:

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You can get transparencies at a office supply store or if you have some plastic report covers, you could probably use those in a pinch.
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Here are some of the ones from my gallery in which I stamped on acetate. Unfortunately, some of them are retired images. Oh well, guess I just need to get busy and make some more!



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Here is my Amazing Acetate WT34 entry....

I used a 1/4 sheet acetate for the cardfront overlap....Attached with the ribbons....

Used the new opaque (white) stazon. Feels like craft...stays on like stazon...

Very fun stuff...hard to photograph!
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Here's attempt #2 with Acetate & Tissue. Colors are better in person on this one the scanner kinda washed it out.

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Here is my creation, combined with the TLC challenge...

I don't know what you call the technique but I painted on the acetate with crystal effects and reinkers.

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Here's another one. This time with Crystal Effects and Dazzling Diamonds:

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You can getFREE acetate from packaging. You don't need a huge piece, so if it's flat, clear & somewhat stiff, it should work. Check toy packaging like Barbies, etc. & even the Fiskars cutters have some that will work.

In a pinch, you could use clear polyshrink -- just don't try to emboss on it!
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Is ACETATE the same as transparency sheets?
I can not find it in my dictionary.
If you use the transparencies that go through inkjet printers, you can stamp on the rough side with any ink!!!
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I have one done using acetate to create the Paint Print background. I don't know if this is called Smacking Acetate and if anyone does...let me know please.

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This is a fun challenge. I had fun experimenting with heat embossing on acetate. It worked but I had my doubts. I was expecting the big "wave" to happen. Thanks Julia for coming up with such wonderful challenges.

Here's mine (pending approval 7:45 EST)

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here's number 2!

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OOOPPPPPPSSS this is a duplicate

This is a fun challenge. I had fun experimenting with heat embossing on acetate. It worked but I had my doubts. I was expecting the big "wave" to happen. Thanks Julia for coming up with such wonderful challenges.

Here's mine (pending approval 7:45 EST)

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In a pinch, you could use clear polyshrink -- just don't try to emboss on it!
Hey thanks for the packaging idea! I will have to see if I can get to it later or tomorrow! I have some clear bags that I store cards in that I am going to sell just to protect them so they look nice for selling. Do you think they will work??
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Here's mine. I never tried to stamp on the acetate for a shaker card before. I like the depth it gave, but I'm not sure I like the card. The shaker part came out alright though, so I'm happy.

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Here is my attempt, I hope it follows the challenge.
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Here is my first attempt at a shaker box. I am working on some new cards using acetate. This is my first challenge-I'm having a lot of fun!http://gallery.splitcoaststampers.co...0&ppuser=58976
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I played around a little more, and these are what I came up with. Some of these are painted with Pearl Ex and Future, and some were run through the Xyron and stippled with Pearl Ex.

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You can use plastic packaging for this technique. Try using the sleeves from some of the AOL discs or something like that. If it is see-through plastic, you can stamp it with stazon and use it.

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