Hello, hello, hello!
Hey there, Melissa here to share my Project of the Week on The House That Stamps Built blog. This week I have chosen to create a Clear (Acetate) card with you.
First up, you will need to gather your supplies. Here is what I am using:
Next, I will stamp the Repeat Impressions Snowflakes #8805 in white Stazon ink randomly onto a clear (acetate) card base.
I stamped most of the snowflakes on the outside of the card, but added a few to the inside as well as this will add some depth to the card.
Then I cut four scallop circles from the light blue cardstock. You will use one on the front of the card, one directly behind it on the inside top flap, one on the inside and another on the very back of the card. By doing this, you will not be able to see any of the adhesive used to hold these onto the clear card.
Next, I stamped and embossed the Repeat Impressions Snowflake #8917 onto a white circle. I used a sparkly silver embossing powder. This layer was added to a silver embossed circle and then to a light blue scallop circle.
After all of the layers are assembled and applied to the card, I added some gems and a little twine to finish off the card.
I hope you will try this technique and create some clear cards for yourself. They are a ton of fun to make!