Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Be Inspired #96 - Clearly Creative

Our Cuttlebug Challenge for you this week is to use acetate or acrylic on your card, project, or layout. Don't forget to Cuttlebug it :) I have wanted to create a window card like this for several months and I finally had the chance to try it! I really like how it turned out (can I say that?) I embossed the decorative paper with Cuttlebug Stylized Flowers embossing folder. Here is another view:
And one more at a different angle:
Other supplies:
Signature Studio die cut (quote/sentiment) and decorative paper,
SU card stock, EKSuccess border punch,
paper piercer, acetate, and adhesive.

Easy card to make!
Brief tutorial:
Cut base card 8.5"x 5.5". Score & fold. Cut front and border punch. Also border punch the cut off piece. Prepare inside of card. Carefully place sentiment so that it is just below card front/top flap. Attach 4"x 5.5" piece of acetate to back of the top flap. Attach cut off piece and trim. Decorate front. Voila!

I hope you like this as much as I do. Why not give it a try? Then link it to Cuttlebug Challenge #96 for a chance to win an embossing folder!

9 comments:

Roberta said...

Simply Elegant June ;) Hopy you are having a wonderful summer with the girls. Just send you a little luv poel...and it could be a some inspiration for a card...oh yeah! Have a wonderful week, fondly, Roberta

Kard Queen said...

I have some acetate and wasn't sure what to do with it. Thanks for the idea!

Anonymous said...

Hi sweet June..I love your beautiful card!!!TFI
Enjoy the rest of your week my `friend` :) xxx

Windy Hills said...

Your directions are so easy to follow. Thanks for the great idea of using acetate.

2muchpaper said...

That border punch looks fabulous, and I like the way the card folds. Can't wait to try this out.

Crazie Kat said...

Who knew that acetate would contribute to making a lovely card. Great job!

Court said...

Love it! This is so elegant! I was thinking about doing this kind of card, but now I'm glad i didn't because yours would have turned out so much better! ;) Inspired to be on a team with you!

Ingrid Danvers said...

Your (clear) card is gorgeous, June. Hope you are doing well!

lauren said...

ooooooh this is SO CLEVER and brilliant! *I* love how it turned out, too!!!!!!!!!!! :) :) :)