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 This started out as a little experiment, I wanted to determine if I could heat emboss on acetate and it would appear the answer is yes and it makes quite a quick and glitzy card

Card Making Supplies


Versamark Ink

Nuvo Embossing Powder in Magical Woodland

Stitched Rectangle Nesting Die 

Time For Tea Designs A6 Nesting Die

Create a smile Bubbles Rays Stencil

Distress Oxide in Milled Lavender

Crafters Companion Fabulous Prosecco Stamp

Card Making Tutorial

I begun by stamping my sentiment onto the acetate with versamark ink and heat embossing as I would do with card

Using the distress oxide and the stencil I stencilled black card and cut out using the stitched die

An A6 card base was blended with the distress oxide and the black frame adhered. Using a smaller rectangle die the middle was removed

The acetate sentiment was then adhered onto the window

Thank you for reading 

Happy Crafting

Claire xx


  1. A beautiful make Claire,another technique to try

  2. Beautiful and love the background stencil
    Carol x

  3. Love this design Claire and well done with heat embossing onthe acetate. I think most acetate these days is heat tolerant, it certainly wasn't when I started papercrafting it used to just curl and melt!!

  4. Gorgeous card Claire, beautiful stencil and love the sentiment on the acetate..

    Luv CHRISSYxx

  5. Great card, Claire. I love the sentiment and the stencilled background is beautiful. xx

  6. A super card Claire, your sentiment looks fabulous.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob


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