Monday, June 23, 2014

Acetate Christmas Card


I am a firm believer that it is never too early to start making our Christmas cards and this is one I made with acetate to share with the class who meets monthly in my home. I have been wanting to make a card with acetate but had to find the right weight of acetate before I had any success. I created an A2 card of the acetate, stamped the snowy swirls with Unicorn White Memories Pigment Ink and heat set them. I stamped the Christmas sentiment from Heartfelt Creations on green and cut it out with a Nestabilities scalloped circle die. The sentiment circle was attached in the center of the acetate card and framed on the front with a Memory Box snowflake wreath. The back of  the card has another Nesties circle where the personal message could be written. I added some red jewels and gold cord to complete the acetate card. here are a few more photos showing the card standing up and the back. The card is completely clear so the pictures show a grey background that. of course. is not part of the card. The card is much prettier IRL.



I am entering this card in the Completely Christmas challenge and Anything Goes at Suzy Bee's Bloomin' Challenge.

6 comments:

Alanna said...

This is so petty. You could also link it up to www.Christmas card challenges.blogspot.com.

Brenda said...

Wow, this is a beautiful card Karen! I love the white stamped on the acetate, that looks so pretty!! Love the wreath too. Great Christmas card and no it is never to early to start making them!! Hugs, Brenda

Verna Angerhofer said...

Absolutely stunning Christmas card. I would never have thought of doing an acetate card like that. Thanks for sharing!

JD/ Jill said...

This card is so pretty and unique! Thank you for sharing.

Kim Heggins said...

What a fabulous Christmas card and I have to agree with you about getting them made early...Christmas will be here before you know it!

Sandy How said...

Fabulous, looks great on the acetate, love the diecut frame.
Thanks for sharing with us at Completely Christmas.
Hugs,
Sandy