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Old 12-30-2010, 05:15 AM   #1  
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Question Acetate Card Stock

Anybody have any ideas on using clear acetate card stock. I saw a card using clear card stock and it had a design stamped on the card stock. I have used acetate card stock before but only as a window....
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Check out Resources for some good ideas - here's a link with the search for acetate: Splitcoaststampers - Resources
I like the acetate and tissue technique a lot. I've also done the glitter stained glass one and the magic card. I like the look of cards made using acetate as a base, but have only made a few.
Something that I think isn't listed there is stamping an image on one side with StazOn and then colouring from the back with alcohol inks.
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Thanks - I will give these a try!
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You can also stamp on one side and put some clear glue on the other side and color it in with glitter.
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I haven't made cards from acetate, but I made some Christmas ornament inserts for glass balls from it. I stamped with black Stazon, and colored on the other side with Sharpies and Bics. Turned out really cute!
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I tried stamping a floral stamp then on the other side I put the glue on one flower and sprinkled extra fine glitter then did another flower etc. until the whole stamp was glittered on the wrong side so when you turn it over you have all the black lines showing, like when you did it with the pens. It turned out beautifully. You can cut out around the stamp then attach it with a brad or a little glue on the glittered side.
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