Tuesday, May 31, 2022


 This is another card I needed for a mystery swap for our local stamp group. We were give a small 1" square of acrylic with a design etched into it. I got a bow, I think.

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It's hard to see the design in the acrylic but I went with a bit of a dramatic look. I took a drop of red paint, added water to it, then used a brush to splatter the black/white print. I "sewed" my acrylic piece to the red with black thread (can't see that here) then popped it on a square of black. I added the hello die cut using red and black to keep with the color scheme.

There were holes in the corners so my needle fit just fine.  Inside I stamped a sentiment from a great Penny Black clear stamp set called ...smile.

I added a red hello die cut to my envelope as we have to decorate an envelope to go with our cards.

What would you have done with this little piece of acrylic?
Stampin Carol

I love those who love Me, and those who seek Me diligently will find me.  Proverbs 8:17

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