I had a sample from an old workshop that I used to inspire this acetate design. I've never been that great in designing an acetate base card but this simple design works. The pale pink embossed panel is taped to the front. The darker Primrose pink panel is taped underneath so that the adhesive is all hidden. The same goes for the inside panel, which I'm showing on the second photo. The white silhouettes are stamped with white StazOn. Hope you like it!
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Date: Sunday, October 21, 2012 GMT Views: 676
I like your acetate design very much so. I have some of those cards but never really knew what to do with them. Great take on this challenge and thanks so much for sharing your technique.
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Registered: May 25, 2006 Location: So. Oregon Posts: 63552
Mon, Oct 22, 2012 @ 7:24 PM
This is just great, I got some out before I did mine but was not sure where to stick the cardstock so I love that you uploaded the peek inside too! :) (because, I skipped this clear cardbase and put it away again haha)
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Mon, Oct 22, 2012 @ 8:31 PM
Very cool doubled dry pressure embossing! Thanks for really getting into my Clearly Hopeful HYCCT challenge!
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