Video Tutorial: Acetate card + Die Cuts + Simple Watercolor Background

Today I am bringing back my Youtube videos with a card that I made using an Acetate sheet. Acetate is a fun material to use for cardmaking. It allows you to get new looks from products that you may already have.

One of the main issues working with these sheets is that because its clear base, everything shows from the outside to the inside. But by using high-tack double-sided adhesive sheets, or a liquid glue that dries clear, smooth, clean results can be achieved.

[All supplies are linked in the text below]

I show you in the video how to assemble a thank you card with acetate and a simple watercolor background and lots of die cuts. I hope you like it.

Supplies Used

# Hero Arts Radiant White Cardstock
# Acetate Sheet
# Sizzix Thinlit Butterflies Mini Die
# Silhouette Cameo
# Fiskars Paper Trimmer
# Bone Folder
# Scotch Double Sided Tape
# Sizzix Bigshot Machine
# Double Sided Foam Tape
# Ken Oliver Color Burst Powder
# Me and Big Ideas 365 Create Washi Tape

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