This is the gorgeous card by the Guest Designer of the month Pamela Ho. I don't have any kraft paper unfortunately but I do have something that I haven't used for a while.....
My acetate has been feeling very left out of late, so thought I would take it out for a spin. And sorry about the photo, I just couldn't get those shadows in the acetate to disappear.
I cut a strip from the card front and then put it back in with washi tape behind it. I then stamped with my flower stamps so that they overlapped on to the strip. I removed the strip and replaced with acetate. I could then find the middle and stamp the sentiment on the inside of the card. So happy it turned out the way I wanted!
The flower stamps are from Altenew 'Painted Flowers', the sentiment from Simon Says Stamps and the rhinestones from Kaisercraft.
They will be getting sick of me but I'm also going to link this card to the challenge at Addicted to Stamps #99 where their theme is 'Clean and Simple'. This is my third entry.
I've decided to also link to the challenge at One-Layer Simplicity Challenge #6 as their theme is 'I've been Framed'.
And for my final link, I'm going to enter this in the challenge at Casology - Week # 99 where their theme is 'Anniversary'.
Right, off to walk the dogs. Rather hard to walk both at same time as Oscar is older and walks slowly, whereas Bella is 2yrs old so wants to run everywhere. Gives me an arm workout too, which is a bonus!!
Very lovely card Shona!ReplyDelete
So Clean and elegant!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card....so happy you joined us at OLS!ReplyDelete
Shona this is so elegant. Thank you so much for sharing with us at CASology!ReplyDelete
Oh, my favorite flower stamps, how cool you just did them in the black/white/outline!ReplyDelete
Shona, this is such a beautiful and elegant card! Gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Shona, what a beautiful way to use acetate on a CAS card. Love the frame of flowers, a sweet anniversary card! Thanks for joining us at CASology!ReplyDelete
Wow this is really very elegant don't you just love those painted flowers? Thanks for joining us over at case study.ReplyDelete
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This is a fabulous anniversary card. Love the design with the acetate in the middle. It really adds interest without adding clutter. Thanks so much for playing along at CASology this week.ReplyDelete
Absolutely beautiful! I love the monochromatic scheme and the use of acetate is fab! Thanks so much for playing along with ASM this week!ReplyDelete
This is BEAUTIFUL, Shona! I love the acetate in the midst of the flowers. Awesome!ReplyDelete
Also wanted to tell you I'm a new follower!ReplyDelete
Wow, what a great idea to use acetate! Love it! Your card turned out very elegant and beautiful!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for playing along with us at CAE study!
This is awesome, Shona! Love how you used that acetate strip! Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!ReplyDelete
This is so elegant, Shona! Fabulous use of the acetate which looks great with the monochromatic stamping. Thank you for joining us at ATSM and we hope you can join us again soon :)ReplyDelete
Oh my this is simply gorgeous Shona, I love the way u used the acetate :) those roses in black and white look so pretty :) thank you for sharing with ATSM !ReplyDelete
SOOO elegant! Thanks for playing along with us at CASE Study!ReplyDelete
Absolutely stunning and elegant design! Thank you for being with CAS(E) Study this week.ReplyDelete