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Saturday, January 12, 2008

With Love

Here is a Valentine's Day card I made a while back, but I love it! It is made using acetate and metallic Marvy markers.
1. Take two quarter sheets of acetate, on one lightly spritz with water and diagonally scribble with several different colors of markers.
2. Place the second sheet of acetate on top of this and slide them a part diagonally and set aside to dry.
3. Place gold lined stickers on the side of the acetate that was not colored on, cut out and glue onto dark colored paper (black is best).
4. Then just stick on the word stickers and you are done!
Well, now I need to get back to taking down the Christmas decorations, couldn't do it last weekend because it was raining. Today it is beautiful and about 73 degrees :)
Markers-Marvy in pink, purple, green and gold metallic
Paper-acetate, black cardstock


LaY hOoN said...

Wow, very beautiful shinning V-Card.

Anonymous said...

Great card!!

Janine said...

Beautiful and lucky you with such nice weather !!!

Julie Koerber said...

Very pretty! It's been forever since I have used Marvy Metallics! Thanks for bringin' them back to my memory!

the dreamer said...

Hi, Jamie! Love these little cards and tutorials you post! Thanks so much for sharing! =)

SBS5 sister

"Jany" said...

That's definitely a twist from your last creations! I love how it turned out even if I don't still understand the acetate and its uses.