Wednesday, 13 July 2011

I Can See Clearly Now...

Hi everyone and hope you're all having a great Wednesday.

As you know, every month the wonderful Craftwork Cards have a Project of The Month and this month is all about The Classics. It's a fabulous collection of all the great things you would expect from them, including enough blank cardstock and envelopes to make 24 cards, Candi, lots and lots of die cut messages in all shapes and sizes and the amazing new, Alphabits. All you need to do, is to add paper and adhesive...it's as easy as that!!!

I had so much fun with this kit and made lots of cards which I will show you over the next few days but this is the first of those shares and I hope you like it!
It's been a while since I've made an acetate card but I thought I'd give it another go and I am over the moon with how it turned out. I just hope the photos do the beauty of an acetate card justice...believe me, unless you're David Bailey, acetate isn't the easiest of products to photograph. lol

When you're making acetate cards, it's so hard to find really good quality acetate that will withstand the weight of embellishments and not become all droopy...so, if like me, you have had trouble in the past, then it will not be a problem any longer because I would recommend Craftwork Cards acetate. It's fabulous quality and it will not let you down...so to speak!! hehe...
Using a Tim Holtz stamp, I stamped onto the acetate with white Stazon and then adhered the pretty pink flowers that I made using the Rose Creations Spellbinders Die and papers from the Cottontail paper pack. I added some of those infamous Spellbinders flourishes that I might have mentioned how much I love, just once or twice in previous posts, some Candi and finally, a circle message from the Project of the Month.



Hope you all enjoy the rest of your day.
Thank you for stopping by and looking at all my little creations and for all your lovely comments.
See you soon.
Love Emma
xxx

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17 comments:

  1. This is stunning, Emma. I've never made an acetate card, but will definitely use Craftwork cards projects when I do. Thanks. Zo x

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  2. You are so brave using acetate I always mess up with it lol. Absolutely love this cards it's very pretty and the colours are gorgeous.

    Love Lynda xxx

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  3. It has been a long time since you made an acetate card! :-o but good things are well worth waiting for! :D

    Sometimes I think these cards can be a bit gimmicky but when done properly they can be quite spectacular! When the acetate accents instead of dominates the card, then it's done its job properly! ;) as it has here..it just helps to bring out the beauty in the flowers and the embellishments so perfectly! LOVE the pokladot flower pedals as well! Those are brilliant!

    Super well done...a clear thing of beauty! ;p
    <333

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  4. Clearly a thing of beauty, one of the nicest acetate cards i've ever seen x

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  5. Another absolutely beautiful card Emma. Craftwork Cards acetate is definitely the best - I just have trouble folding it lol!
    Thanks so much for your encouragement, 1 card is done 2 more to go! :)xxx

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  6. Beautiful acetate card, love the White stamping, subtle but classy. Very pretty polka dot flowers too. Tracy x

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  7. Wow, this is very elegant and sophisticated Emma. I love the flowers (I shall be googling those spellbinders dies straight-away!).
    Thank you for sharing with us at Sir Stampalot this month.
    Clare x

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  8. What a stunning creation, you have worked wonders with the acetate!! Thanks for joining us at Sir Stampalot this month.
    Pinky

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  9. Oh Emma, this is delicious. I love the stamping you've done on the acetate, a very brave thing!!!! I always smudge it, but this is so delicate and the pink flowers are gorgeous with it.
    I love it.
    Thanks so much for your lovely comments.
    hugs Lisax

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  10. this is stunning I adore it.
    Thanks for Joining us in the Sir Stampalot Challenge.
    Hugs Chris xx

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  11. A fabulous card! you have done a fab job with the acetate. Thanks for joining us at Sir Stampalot this month and good luck.

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  12. Fantastic card

    thanks for joining us at Sir Stampalot challenge this month and good luck!

    Hugs
    Francesca

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  13. Thanks for joining Sir Stampalot’s challenge with this great entry, good luck.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  14. That is a lovely card! I have never tried acetate, but this gives me some inspiration!

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Thank you for all your comments and messages, they are all appreciated.
Please come back and visit again soon...
Emma ~xx

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