January 02, 2014

More with Acetate ...

Hi Everybody,

Here is another pretty card that uses Acetate for the front and it is very easy to make.

The flowers are a mixture using Spellbinders and some from Wild Orchid Crafts

The list is at the end of the post for the dies used to create the handmade flowers.

The embossing is from a folder called Cracked Ice but I have had it so long I can't remember where I got it from.

The page on the website is Acetate Front Card Tutorial  if you should care to read it.





The tutorial is not long but it has been around for a couple of years and it has had over 46,000 views and some lovely comments too.

More tomorrow ...

Hugs xx



10 comments:

  1. this was such a good tutorial.. and I was so thrilled with the result... thanks again for sharing with us Christina..xx

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  2. Good morning Christina,
    Once again a stunning creation and great Video.
    I have never used Acetate this way must rectify that very soon.
    Have a great day

    Patricia xx

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  3. Thanks for showing us this tutorial again Christina, I really enjoyed making the acetate fronted card. It really turned out to be a showpiece, I might try it again and see whether or not the mojo can get kick started with this card. lol. Hugs, Jen xx
    Krafty Keepsakes

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  4. Morning Christine,
    A great card and video, thank you, not used acetate like this before but will be having a go.
    Lydia
    X

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  5. Good morning Christina,
    Another beautiful card and one that i think i could actually do although i just have the triple pearl or small stone topped pins. Please, where do you get your pins from with the stopper on the bottom of it? They would make beautiful scarf pins for my friends that like to wear a scarf, just the finishing touch.
    Thank you Christina and not forgetting your film crew who is superb at his job and really knows how to get the best shots of your lovely work. See you tomorrow hopefully,
    Love and crafty hugs
    Norah

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  6. Another super tutorial, I learn so much from your videos, many many many thanks.A beautiful card.

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  7. Christina, your cards are gorgeous and I love watching your videos!! Thank you so much for sharing.

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  8. Thanks for sharing this again Christina.
    It's so much easier when you " SEE" rather than "READ" how to do things. xXx

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  9. Another beautiful card Christina and a brilliant, well informed tutorial. This is a definate must try.
    Hugs Sue x

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  10. I haven't seen anything like this, so glad you shared it again, just Beautiful!!!

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