by Beate Johns
Use acrylic paint on acetate to create a unique background.
Use die templates to cut white cardstock and acetate to the shape and size needed.
Cut white cardstock and acetate with a paper cutter or circular cutting system.
Stamp image in StazOn on acetate piece.
Apply acrylic paint to the "wrong" side of the stamped acetate.
Try a light coat first. You can always repeat this and the next step to add more color.
Press your white cardstock piece over acetate.
Flip the acetate/cardstock piece over. You can move the acetate piece around to spread the paint, or lift the acetate piece up and add more paint.
Make sure the pieces are lined up straight.
When the ink is dry, the pieces will stick together. No need for adhesive.
Finish your card.
Add more then one color to your Acetate.
Add more texture
Run your Acetate piece through your die cut machine with an embossing folder before creating the background.
You will need to cover the acetate completely with paint to make the now textured acetate stick to your cardstock.