Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Acetate Card

Today is an "Anything Goes" theme for the challenge over at The House That Stamps Built. I decided to try something different, and created an acetate card this time.
To create this fun little winter scene I:
  • Tore four pieces of white card stock to resemble gently slopping hills
  • Embossed my snowy hills with the swiss dots embossing folder from Cuttlebug
  • Attached two of my hills inside my card and two outside  with my ATG gun
  • Stamped the 8806-N, Penguin Trio in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink
  • Colored my penguins with Touch Five Markers and fussy cut two of them out

  •  Stamped the 2719-K, Lg Pine Tree  and 2709-I, Large Pine Forest in Peeled Paint Distress Oxide 
  • Fussy cut my trees and added some faux snow
  • Stamped the 8805-K, Snowflakes in Broken China Distress Oxide and fussy cut
  • Applied some Iridescent Glitter Glue to the top, inside portion of my card
  • Sprinkled some Prisma Silver Stardust Glitter overtop and let dry
  • Created my scene --- popping up several items with foam mounting tape
  • Cut a square for writing in and punched the corners with a Close to my Heart punch
Remember to stop by the Repeat Impressions Store and check out all the beautiful stamps -- there's a 10% discount code for my blog readers posted on the sidebar.  Also, come by the The House That Stamps Built and join in the fun of each new weeks challenge! The first Wednesday of every month One lucky person will win a $25 Repeat Impressions Gift Certificate! You don't have to use RI stamps to play along, but if you do you'll get an extra entry in the random draw! The more you link up, the greater your chances of winning! So what are you waiting for.....come on over and showoff your creativity!

Check out what the other design team members created: 

This post linked to:
Creative With Stamps - Snowflakes
Addicted to Stamps - Baby it's cold outside
Little Red Wagon - Bundle Up


Glittered Paws said...

What an awesome scene you have created - it has ben a lng longtime since I have played with acetate. Now where did I put my acetate???

Donna said...

Gorgeous winter scene Ester, the acetate is stunning and of course the penguin is adorable!

Kate said...

This is such a fabulous card, Esther!! I just love the glitter on the transparency. And those little penguins in their toques are so sweet!

Thanks so much for joining us at Little Red Wagon! said...

What a lovely winter-scene on your card Esther. I love the frosty look from the acetate and the happy little pinguïn. This card brings a smile to my face.
Thank you for joining the challenge at Addicted To Stamps Challengeblog.
Greetings Miranda (dt-ATSC)

Laurie Unger said...

Cute little card - great job on the scene!

Heather said...

How fun!! I've never made an acetate card before. I love all the dimension it creates in your cute little scene.

Conniecrafter said...

He is too cute, neat to use acetate and love the snowy scene you have made, great design!

Pam said...

I love this adorable card! Wonderful idea using the acetate to showcase the snowflakes and look frosty! I will have to try that sometime. Thanks for the idea!
Thank you for inviting to link over at The house that stamps built! I linked a few minutes ago.

Cheri said...

Esther this is one fabulous card! I have never made an acetate card, but I'm so inspired with this. Absolutely love it!

Marlies said...

An adorable winter scene with that cute little pinguin and I like the snow effect on the acetate. A good idea! Thanks for joining our challenge at Addicted to Stamps. Marlies

Monika Reeck said...

Lovely snow effect on the acetate
love the cute little penguin
sweet scene card
many thanks for joining with us at Creative with Stamps this month