I stamped the topiary tree onto some acetate using Stazon ink and the turned the acetate over and coloured in the image using Amos glitter glue.
|Image on acetate|
|Glittered image before it dried|
|Back of the acetate tree next to one that had been stamped and coloured on paper|
I left it to try overnight and then put it into an aperture card (which I cut myself) and to keep it neat I sandwiched it in-between the card blank and a patterned paper (I used the swirly white glittered one from the Sugar Buttons kit).
|Image on acetate glued onto the card (glue at top and bottom)|
|Finished card with glittered paper|
You will see from the top right corner above the acetate that there is a small cut from where I cut the aperture but I'm thinking of putting a ribbon in the corner to cover this.
I'm not sure what I'm going to use this for yet but it would make a lovely thank you card, wedding acceptance card or birthday card. All I need to do is add a sentiment or I can just leave it the way it is. I may put an insert in so that when the card is closed you don't see any writing in the card.
I LOVE the stamps from the Sugar Buttons kit, they are so useful and multipurpose.