Monday, March 10, 2008

Creative Cuts and More Acetate Card


This angle shows the stamp very clearly. This could be my house! I live in a farm house built in 1917. The front has a sun porch, and there are old trees in the yard. My house is two story, and I have more than one tree, but when I see this stamp I think, "This is my house. That is my tree." This stamp, from Artistic Outpost's Serenity set, is incredibly detailed, and it's pretty cool to have it floating on the acetate. By the way, it's not that easy to stamp on acetate, as it's very slippery. I need a little more practice to get it perfect. I used white Staz-On. The trim is from The Embellishment Studio.

5 comments:

My Paper World said...

WOW! That stamp is BEAUTIFUL! and the gorgeous trim is the perfect accesory!
Nicola xx

Heather said...

Great job stamping on the acetate. I haven't had much luck with acetate.

Toni said...

Holy "It-Looks-Like-A-Black-&-White-Negative" gorgeous!!!! I went and eyeballed that set after you mentioned it before ... I really really really want to learn to carve my own stamps, then the house can look like mine (or yours!) This is just gorgeous.

Joan B said...

Wow this is fabulous. Your house sounds terrific and so warm and cozy. I cannot stamp on acetate and have officially given up! Your work rocks!

jo said...

WOW!!! Stunning Carla!