Sunday, February 22, 2009

Embossing Acrylic or Acetate



Have I mentioned how much I like the sharing that happens in our blogging community? I have?!
Well, I'm saying it again because I just would have never thought of this on my own. A couple of weeks or so ago, Cuttlebug Challenges suggested embossing chipboard and this week they suggested embossing acetate or acrylic. Both ideas I just wouldn't have thought of doing. And like the chipboard, the acrylic embossed wonderfully.




I found acrylic flowers at a scrapbook store the other night then combined them with these scraps(trying to use up scraps these days)to create this card. I used the swirls folder to emboss all the flowers. Then popped the one under the acrylic flower up and layered another on top so that the acrylic flower stands out a bit.

This is a technique that I'll definitely try again!

8 comments:

Eveline said...

What a great card. I like the colors and the acetate flower look fantastic.
Eveline.

Mrs J said...

Roseanne, this is gorgeous! I'm so happy that we've been able to inspire you to try different techniques with such beautiful results! The flowers look so pretty with the divine swirls embossed acetate.
Thanks for playing along this week at http://cuttlebugchallenge.blogspot.com/,
Hugs Mrs Jx

Rosemary said...

How pretty!

Jerri - Simply Sweet Home said...

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Lea L. said...

This is very pretty! Loving all the flowers! Great job with Be Inspired #20...thanks for joining us at the Cuttlebug Challenge Blog!

~Lea

Cassie said...

those flowers look amazing - love the folder you used!! and i too love the blogging community! i've learned so much and have made sooo many new friends!

can't wait to see what you create this week! we have a special guest you know - and a sketch!!

Meda said...

Thank you for playing with us at Cuttlebug Challenge Blog

Meda

Maggie said...

I luv the flowers and colour combo..
Thank you so much for playing with us :)
Your card will be featured on the 26th at http://cuttlebugchallenge.blogspot.com
Maggie