Create a CAS project using acetate or vellum
That's right - the challenge is to use acetate or vellum on your project. And the sponsor for this week is stamp designer and Girl Friday Karolyn Loncon. Yep, our very own Karolyn designed 6 stamp sets for Paper Smooches, and the winner will receive ALL 6 SETS!!! Her sets are some of my faves - they are wonderfully graphic and they build upon each other so nicely.
Okay, on to the challenge. I always love the look of acetate and vellum, but for some reason they're not really my go-to's. I should use them more. I had so much fun creating my card for this challenge. And here is my paper yummy:
I used a bunch of transparencies from Basic Grey, and used a punch from Stampin' Up! to create windows for the transparencies:
Since my punch wouldn't quite reach to the very middle of the black cardstock, I punched it as far in as it could go from either end, and that left me the perfect space to stamp a sentiment:
I really love the way it turned out. I love all the little phrases on the transparencies, and I adore the patterns on them! How about you? Do you use acetate or vellum often? We would LOVE to have you play along with this week's challenge, and you have until next Thursday at noon EST to do so. Thanks so much for looking! Don't forget to stop by and give all the other Girl Fridays some bloggy love!
Supplies: cardstock: Georgia Pacific (white), Recollections (black); transparencies, cardstock sticker: Basic Grey; word window punch: Stampin' Up!; stamps: Paper Smooches; ink: Versamark; embossing powder: American Crafts; brad: craft supply; corner rounder punch: We R Memory Keepers