Hello hello hello! We are at the end of August! I cannot wait for Fall Season to be here soon… Today, I would like to share with you couple technique how you can use embossed acrylic sheet on cards.
On my two cards, I used the Clear Scraps Acrylic Sheet. These are amazing and they come in 12 x 12 size which are perfect for all kind of projects that you can think of. You can cut them, emboss them, stamp on them, shape them, and more! And nn my cards today, I use the embossing technique.
I am sharing more detail about these cards at Clear Scraps blog today.
On my first card, I used this Clear Scraps YouTube Video Tutorial to create the embossed acrylic sheet base. And then, I added some alcohol inks on the embossed acrylic sheet. I also use alcohol ink blending solution and straw to move the ink around the surface.
While the alcohol inks mostly dry and the surface was a little bit tacky, I added some black and gold foil sheets on it.
I cut out a piece of white cardstock using Hello Word Die from A Jillian Vance Design, and then I added it on top of the acrylic background with the same adhesive glue.
I made a shaker card for the second. The technique I used is called embossing and frost technique. I followed the steps shown by Susan Frase in the video tutorial. I don’t have the electric sanding machine like hers, but I used a simple craft sanding block on my card.
For the frame, I cut out 2 piece of white cardstock using the scrallop rectangle dies from Craftin Desert Divas (store closed) and I added them on the embossed acrylic sheet with ScorPal double sided tape.
Then, I cut out a piece of black cardstock using the word dies from A Jillian Vance Design. And I added them on the card using permanent dries-clear adhesive glue.
I hope these two cards give you more ideas how to create with Clear Scraps Acrylic Sheet. These techniques are fun to try!
Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today. Stay safe… Keep crafting… And have wonderful day!
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