I posted a card sometime ago where I had stamped and painted on acetate. Today someone on the Cricut MB asked what to do with acetate and I posted pictures of the card. I then thought it might make a good video tutorial.
Here are some close ups of the cards I did in the video. I know pictures are easier to see sometimes than videos. Click on the pictures if you want to see the details better.
Sorry the video is a little blurry. Not sure why that happened.
Thanks Okie. Great video....ReplyDelete
WOOHOO!!! Can't believe I'm the first to comment!!! AWESOME card and AWESOME video, Okie!!! I really enjoy the way you explain things!!! Gonna have to give this painting on acetate a try now!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the great share!!!
I haven't tried this, so yes I'm digging my cartridge cover out of the trash now. Thanks I love new ideals!!ReplyDelete
You are so amazing Okie. Thanks for being so willing to share.ReplyDelete
Very pretty card and another great video. I just love your videos, you explain everything so well and your instructions are so easy to follow. Please keep 'em coming!!! :)ReplyDelete
another great video Okie.I think I might try this. Thanks!!ReplyDelete
Thanks okie!! Love it!! I'm going to have to try and do that. You made it look so easy. What kind of foam tape do you use? Thats perfect for all those hard areas you need to apply adhesive to. TFS!!ReplyDelete
Okie, now why are you not using your cricut anymore?? I need some new card ideas using my cricut.....ReplyDelete
Great video by the way, i love watching them :)
Great video Okie! so fun to hear your cute accent. Thanks for the info. I never thought to use acrylic paint. So that's been my problem. xxDReplyDelete
Great video! thx for the instructions. :)CarolHReplyDelete
Oh I love this!! I am so gonna have to try this..I have been savin my acetate too! Thanks for the directions and inspiration! CindyReplyDelete
Great video. I knew there was a reason I saved all of those pieces of acetate packaging!ReplyDelete
I also saved all the acetate from my packages too (you never know what the ladies will come up with next LOL) Thanks for a great video, I love the different examples you already had ready.ReplyDelete
Great video, Okie. The painted acetate just gives a whole new dimension to your project. I've been saving the acetate from my cricut cartridges, also. Wasn't exactly sure what to do with them, but this is a fantastic idea. Thanks for explaining in such detail.ReplyDelete
Super look Okie... Thanks for doing the tutorial. :-)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the clear instructions. I have been wanting to paint on acrylics, but was afraid I was getting in over my head. You made it seem simple to make this beautiful card. Keep those videos coming!ReplyDelete
I love the video. Thanks for the demo. I love your cards!ReplyDelete
Oh thank you! I asked the other day and did not get too many responses but THANK YOU! I will watch it in the morning but love the picture!ReplyDelete
Another new thing to try. I've been saving my acitate. Thanks for making it look SO easy.ReplyDelete
Today i´ve decided the see all your works!!!