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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

SDC31: Acetate

It’s time for another Stampotique Designer’s Challenge. This week Willy is challenging you to use ACETATE in your creation. You can make your whole creation of acetate or just use a little piece of acetate in it… there are so many possibilities. 

This week is a Stampotique Originals stamps only challenge so take out your Stampotique stamps and join us for a chance to win a $30 gift certificate to shop at Stampotique Originals. Link up your creation at the Stampotique Designer's Challenge here. 


I folded a piece of acetate in half and inside I stamped my various images on white cardstock and adhered it inside my acetate.  I randomly stamped the splatter image on my card base and then adhered the acetate onto that.  The black strip is adhered to the outside of the acetate and I put a few red rhinestones on to embellish it.

Card details:
Stamps: 5012 You are here, 3005 Heart Tie, 3019 Bow Heart and 3014 Splatter Long all from Stampotique Originals
Cardstock: Real Red, Basic Black, Acetate
Inks: Perfect Little Black Dress, copics
Accessories: red rhinestones

12 comments:

Willy said...

Fabulous card, Kim! Great use of the acetate.

Summerthyme Studio said...

Cute card Kim! I love the red

Vicki

Lisa Somerville said...

How cute, fab way to work in the acetate!

*Vicki* said...

Really darling card Kim!! I love using that acetate, but always forget!! Thanks for the reminder!! :)

R.Maria Sabina(Lollyrot) said...

''love is in the air'' :d beautiful card

Amy Sheffer said...

So cool! Love the acetate!

Valerie H. Wilson said...

So sweet and adorable!

thekathrynwheel said...

This is a great use of acetate! Fab :-)

Suzanne C said...

Sweet card. Love the splatter around the edges and the sweet sentiment.

Debbie said...

Great card! Love your design! Nice use of the acetate! Awesome!

Gez said...

Beautiful card. Very clever :)

dutchstamptramp said...

Beautiful card, love how you combined the different heartstamps and used the acetate

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