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Friday, July 16, 2010

Acrylic or Acetate Swirl Technique Tutorial

This technique gets a "WOW" rating in my book. What do you think, do you agree?

The video below (if you are reading this via e-mail, you need to come to the blog to view the video) shows step by step directions of how to create this technique. It is easy BUT drying time takes 24 hours. This is not a card you would make at the last minute. You could tho create some acrylic/acetate pieces and have them set aside for a last minute card.

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you use too dark of ink refills, your design will not show up. The colors should be light to medium or very tiny amount of dark ink. I used Concord Crush and it overpowered the image I had stamped.

Stampin' Up! products used:
Window Sheets (medium ... 2), item #114323 OR
Window Sheets (thick ... 2), item #114324
Classic Black Ink Pad, item #101179
Petal Stamp Pad
Pear Pizzazz Classic Ink Refill, item #119674
Peach Parfait Classic Ink Refill, item #119673
Pear Pizzazz Card Stock, item #119795
Peach Parfait Card Stock, item #119794
Photo Corners Extra- Large Paper Punch, Item #119878
Basic Rhinestones (150), item #119246
Dimensionals, item #104430
Sponge Daubers (12), item #102892
2 way glue pen, item #100425

Other: Any brand white glue that will dry clear.

Hope you will try this technique, and if you need Stampin' Up! products please CLICK HERE to order them thru my website. Once you are on the website, then you click shop now.

Stampin' Up! -- Discover Your Creativity
(On-line ordering now available thru my website)


cricaholic said...

Thats a neat idea. I'm gonna have to try that. TFS

Janet said...

Thank you for sharing this technique. I am going to have a go!

Janet xx

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