Making acetate cards is not my most favorite card to make, but this is a challenge after all :) I thought I would try heat embossing on acetate to see if it would work. It does, but you can't over heat it and it does curl the acetate just a tad, but you can smooth that out pretty well. I stamped my bg stamp in versa mark and heat embossed with melon mambo powder. I then stamped my image in melon mambo and matted with ww. WW is on the inside of the card as well. TFL!
Date: Tuesday, November 5, 2013 GMT Views: 246
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Fri, Nov 08, 2013 @ 7:55 AM
Well done with the embossing, Mary. I've only tried it on my heatproof acetate which is too thin for a card base. For card bases I have to stick to my very limited range of Brilliance and StazOn inks. Certainly having the clear card stamped adds a lot of interest - and doesn't show the dust so much, LOL. Great work.