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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Beverly G: Clearly Thinking

 A Great Good Tuesday Morning To All--
I have 2 photos for you today so that you could see the inside of the card.
The main base of the card is heavy weight acetate. 4" X 5 1/2".
Ever since I first saw this floral stamp acetate came to my mind. The trick with acetate cards is to mat your layers so that you can't see any adhesive, so you have to get all your layers the same size.
I stamped the floral stamp with VersaMark ink and heat embossed it with copper embossing powder, then stamped the sentiment with dark brown ink. I looks really pretty on this peach paper. I stamped the flourishes on the acetate with black permanent ink then again on the back of the brown mats that go on the inside front and the outside back.

The piece of paper on the inside to write on has some butterflies which I can imagine fluttering around these flowers.
These acetate cards turn out very elegant for those special people and occasions in your life. The Bits and Pieces stamp set has lots of  words to make just about any combination of simple sentiments you need to set your cards off.

Supplies: 4" X 5 1/2" acetate card blank, Papers: Bo Bunny, Memory Keepers, SU-Chocolate Chip, Thick Window Sheet, Stamps: Floriculture, Bits and Pieces, CTMH-D1212 Playful Flourishes, Ink: Ranger Archival Ink-Jet Black, SU-Early Expresso, VersaMark Ink, Judikins-Copper embossing powder, ribbon-Michael's, glue dots.

Thanks for visiting and viewing,
Beverly G ♥


  1. So pretty on the acetate! Love it!

  2. So pretty on the acetate! Love it!

  3. Love those embossed blooms ... fabulous.


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