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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

First Acetate Card

For our blog groups VSD weekend I hosted a challenge. My challenge was to make a card using acetate. This was the first time I had ever worked with acetate myself so it was quite an experiment. I actually am very happy with the way it came out and I asked my Bestie to pick me some more up in the States so I could do more cards!

Don't is the last day to enter for my blog candy so if you want to be entered scroll down to that post and leave a comment!!!! I will be picking the winner this weekend and sending out the package next week!

Posted by PicasaMaterials used:
Sentiment~Stamping Bella
SU! ink
Stazon Ink
Image~Magnolia~Tild with hearts

Challenges entered:
Pollycraft Monday Challenges~#50 pinkalicious
The ABC Challenge~X for xtra dimesions
Magnolia Down Under Challenges~#52 something sweet


Nancy said...

This is such a cute card. Great job on your first acetate card!

scrappyjan said...

Hi acetate is such a fun thing.. You have done a fab job of your card with it!
hugs, and thanks for joining MDUC Janiel

Maria Matter said...

how cool is this!!! Beautiful, great job on your first acetate card!

Melanie said...

Girl I love your acetate card. I think everyone really enjoyed doing these.

Karen said...

Acetate cards are cool!! I love yours its really sweet having Tilda blowing love hearts everywhere!! Awesome:-) Thanks so much for sharing your card with us this week at MDUC

Fink said...

This is a great acetate card especially for your first!

Debbie Pamment said...

You're one ahead of me - I've never tried to make an acetate card. Fabulous job!
Thanx for joining us at MDUC this week

Terria said...

Great card and I loved this challenge I had a blast making these cards:)

joey said...

Hi April

fabulous card I love this style, my acetate always ends up covered in my fingerprints lol, thanks for joining us at pollycraft


Lesley said...

I just love this card, too cute!

Colleen said...

Cute! This was a great challenge:)

Moira said...

Some day I hope to grow up and make cards like you.

This is beautiful!