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Monday, 22 August 2011

Acetate at Make My Monday

Hello every one it's the beginning of the week which means it's time for the Make My Monday Challenge. So pop along and take a look at the fabulous inspiration from the DT......... some wonderful projects for you. Click on the link in my side bar or here http://mimchallegeblog.blogspot.com/ 

It's the third week in August which means 
it's still Things with Wings 
but this week Suzanne wants us to use ... acetate!

The butterfly has been stamped onto the card stock  and onto the acetate. The acetate image was embossed  After the butterfly was cut out I folded the wings in to lift them away from the card image once it was glued in place creating a lovely shadow and movement effect.

 
The base card is 15cm x15cm the top card is 13.5cm x 13.5cm which has been coloured slightly around the edges and shaded onto the card leaving a white area around the butterfly with the blue part of the ink pad. I punched the left side of the card to give a pretty floral finish.


Products

Tattered Angels Graceful Journey: Butterfly stamp.

Encore Ultimate Metallic: Sweat Dreams.
Martha Stewart Hydrangea Boarder Punch.
Stampendous Clear Embossing powder. 
Heat resistant acetate
Bits and pieces from my stash.

I'm looking forward to popping across to your place to see all your wonderful creations. Why not visit each others blog to see more great inspiration and don't forget to leave them comments. Thank you :))
 
Have a great day
tc xx Suzi B xx

5 comments:

Aquarius said...

This is beautiful - I have a love/hate relationship with acetate (love seeing what other people do with it - hate the results when I use it)!!

Fliss said...

This is gorgeous Sue and I really love the multi colours on the butterfly which are so effective.
Hugs, Fliss xx

Christine B. said...

Hi Sue this is gorgeous. I'm a bit like Val don't realy do much with acetate. Hugs x ChrisB

~ Ali Watson ~ said...

Stunning creation

Ali x

Suzanne Brookfield said...

Gorgeous .....you have a way with acetate! Well done xx