Feb 16 2011

Rubber Stamping Video: Smacking Acetate Technique with a Twist

 Upsy Daisy Smacking Acetate Technique

 

This card was made with the Smacking Acetate technique, a favourite of mine since it is fast and fun to make. And I get to scribble like a kid!

 
Please watch the video below to see how you can create colorful backgrounds using this technique. The card above uses glossy white cardstock with Marina Mist, Melon Mambo and Night of Navy markers. After the glossy cardstock was completely dry, I stamped the flowers and greeting from the Upsy Daisy stamp set in black StazOn ink directly onto the backround.  

 

Scroll down to watch the video and see the second card sample. (If you received this message by e-mail or in a blog reader, you may need to visit my blog to see the link.)

 

  

 

Growing Green Watercolor Smacking Acetate Technique Card

 

This Smacking Acetate Technique card was made with watercolor paper that has been heat embossed with VersaMark ink and clear embossing powder. The colours used are Marina Mist, Wild Wasabi and Night of Navy with the Growing Green stamp set. 

 

Don’t think it, ink it!

 

6 comments so far

6 Responses to “Rubber Stamping Video: Smacking Acetate Technique with a Twist”

  1. Susanon 16 Feb 2011 at 11:17 am

    this is a great video of both techniques; TFS!

  2. Sue-Lynnon 16 Feb 2011 at 11:20 am

    Great tutorial – really love the twist! I think I will use this at a card class. TFS! Have a great day! Sue-Lynn in PA

  3. wandaon 16 Feb 2011 at 12:02 pm

    very quick, very pretty, a great combination for a wonderful card, thanks for sharing!!!

  4. Earlene Hannahon 19 Feb 2011 at 3:15 pm

    Great technique. Thanks

  5. Terrion 13 May 2011 at 8:40 am

    Wow I love it! Thanks for the great tutorial.

    Ter 😉

  6. connieon 13 May 2012 at 11:33 am

    lovely technique. thanks for great tutorial!

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