Hi there sweeties!
Today I'm up on the Lindy's Stamp Gang blog and I’m going to show you how you can make an acetate tag.
Acetate can give you an impressive result! It has an amazing way of showing the shine of the sprays! Although, is a little bit difficult to work with it.
Well, let’s see - let me show you all how I created this tag.
I started by mixing modeling paste, 3D small balls, Pop Rock Purple and Rasberry Lemonade Lindy’s Magicals. In this step you have to be careful with the mixture which is have to be a little bit thick or solid, otherwise, it will begin to leak under the stencil.
Then, I applied the mixture on the tag through a stencil and let it dry naturally.
While I was waiting for the pattern to dry, I heat embossed the circle panel chipboard pieces with the Queen Sheba’s Silver embossing powder.
I also heat embossed the leafy rounds chipboards with the Oakleaf Olive embossing powder.
I colored the tag by splattering it with Pop Rock Purple and Edelweiss Moss Green sprays and let it dry naturally.
When everything were glued down, I added some licorice glass beads with gel medium and made some splashes with white acrylic artists ink.
Here are some close-ups so you can see all the details.
Don’t the little spots of spray look lovely on the clear acetate.
I have also made a video tutorial with the procedure.
Magicals: Pop Rock Purple, Rasberry Lemonade
Embossing powders: Queen Sheba’s Silver, Oakleaf Olive
2Crafty chipboard, Prima Marketing flowers and Salvage District Ephemera, Finnadair modeling paste and glass beads, 3D Powertex small balls, Acrylic Artists Ink
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Well that’s all from me today!
I really hope you enjoyed it and give it a try yourself!