Thursday, 21 April 2011

Less is more acetate

Wasn't sure I'd manage it this week, but the floor is fixed, the furniture is returned and my computer is reassembled, so here I am. The theme at less is more this week is to use acetate.
I used a lighthouse from Chocolate Baroque/ Elusive images and a sentiment from Crafty individuals. I used alcohol inks in denim, stream and aubergine on the acetate and popped it onto a piece of pearlescent card. Unfortunately I had no xyron refil left, so I used tape pen to attach the acetate which has made it a bit streaky. I might try another later if I get the chance...maybe with brads.
Thanks for looking!

22 comments:

  1. ooh i love the alcohol ink background
    Lisa x

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  2. A lovely card, beautiful image and sentiment. x

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  3. Beautiful, I love your card, simple and elegant:0) xxx

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  4. Love working with alcohol (inks that is!). Lovely card. Sandra

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  5. Super image, fab background, great card!
    Thanks for joining us and see you next time!
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  6. Great card Sally and the alcohol ink background is really effective and I think the streaks make it look even more seaside style.
    Have a lovely Easter.
    Fliss xx

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  7. Fabulous card - love the effect of the alchol inks on the acetate

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  8. Super effect Love the lighthouse
    it doesn't seem streaked in the photo
    Great job!
    Thank you
    mandi
    Less is More

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  9. Love the CI stamps and they are perfect for this and you executed it perfectly simple and stylish.

    Marie

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  10. Fabulous card Sally. One day I'll get round to giving this challenge a go!
    x Michelle

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  11. Lovely card and the colours on the acetate are fab :)
    Jenny x

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  12. Wow that seemed quick to get your floor repaired. Glad you weren't in the middle of an upheaval for long.

    Love the card Sally. Apart from the difficulty in working out how to attach the stuff I always love the effect of alcohol inks on acetate.
    Lovely sentiment too.

    Have a Happy Easter weekend.

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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  13. Colours on the lighthouse are fab! x

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  14. Wonderful stamps and background. Works well with the pearlescent card. Lynn x

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  15. A beautiful card Sally - the alcohol inks and acetate are perfect together.
    You must be a happy Easter bunny now that you have got your craft space back! Have a great weekend - hugs, Sylvia xx

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  16. Lovely image which works so well with your choice of ink colours

    Happy Easter

    Kathyk

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  17. You don't hang around do you, that was speedy floor work, Sally. You must be so relieved to get your crafty space back again.
    I love that sentiment, it works brilliantly with your lighthouse and the alcohol inks are gorgeous.
    Happy Easter to you, Steve and Meg. I hope you have a lovely weekend.
    hugs Lisax

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  18. I love the colours on this, a very effective card.
    Sorry to hear about your craft room.
    I'm hoping to go to the next "blog" day with Brenda so may get to meet you.
    Linbyx

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  19. Wow its just gorgeous, beautiful shades of blue. Happy Easter Sally.

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  20. Hi Sally wow there is nothing less about this, its gorgeously more!!
    love it hugs chrisxx
    I do know what I'm on about honest!!

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  21. Hi Sally, this is beautiful. I must use my alcohol inks more!!

    Happy Easter! xx

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  22. This is beautiful Sally, I love the look of acetate but it can be a so and so to work with. I bet you're glad to get your craft room sorted again! x

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