Something For You When You’re Feeling Blue- Acetate Cards

How to create acetate based cards using Stampin' UP! window sheets and other fun Stampin' UP! supplies Wendy Cranford luvinstampin.com

Today I have some fun cards for you using window sheets from Stampin’ UP!

Creating acetate cards, or window sheet cards, is a super simple technique that gives your cards a big wow factor.

I created this card for Kylie Bertucci’s International Blog Hop Highlight Challenge.  I need YOUR VOTE… Go to Kylie’s blog by clicking HERE.  Then find the photo of my card, the sunshine one.  Click the little heart to cast your vote.

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I couldn’t stop at one card.

How to create acetate based cards using Stampin' UP! window sheets and other fun Stampin' UP! supplies Wendy Cranford luvinstampin.com

I had to make this one…..

How to create acetate based cards using Stampin' UP! window sheets and other fun Stampin' UP! supplies Wendy Cranford luvinstampin.com

How to create acetate based cards using Stampin' UP! window sheets and other fun Stampin' UP! supplies Wendy Cranford luvinstampin.com

Then I had to make a book mark.  I love how they all turned out.  Super cute and EASY projects.

How to create acetate based cards using Stampin' UP! window sheets and other fun Stampin' UP! supplies Wendy Cranford luvinstampin.com

You can check out the video here on how to create these acetate cards.

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Comments

  1. Kylie Bertucci says

    Love love love Wendy! You sure know how to make a wonderful happy encouraging card. This would put a smile on someones face for sure. Thank you for taking part in our international blog highlight and making it such a success!

  2. Holly says

    I love both cards! Love the book mark also!!! I’m going to make the cards and bookmarks! Such a fun idea!!! Thanks for sharing!!!

  3. Marva says

    Loved your idea using window sheets. ???????? watched the whole video. Always learn something new.
    Thanks

  4. Linda says

    The video about how to create the acetate cards was great! What a great idea for making a card. I did watch the whole video and really enjoyed the “how to”. Thanks for your wonderful videos!

  5. Judy in Maricopa says

    GREAT idea with the window sheets to make the card, bookmark, etc. Something fun & new! Thanks for great video explaining too!

  6. Kath says

    OH MY SO CREATIVE! Love them – I NEED those window sheets like now! I did watch the whole video – very nicely done. Recipients would be going gaga over them.

  7. Sherry in MI says

    I, too, watched the whole video. Enjoyed it, as I enjoy all of your videos. Voted for your sunshine card. I also like the bookmark that you made. Looking forward to getting this stamp/die bundle in my next SU order. Thanks for sharingl

  8. Pamela Wooten says

    I’m new to your blog, as of a couple weeks ago. I found you thru The Frugal Crafter, and I enjoy your videos. I also watched to the end, and heard you sign off, but there was about 2 minutes of dead space after your sign off for me. Not sure if that was just for me or not. I’ve never gotten around to doing an acetate card, but I should. Love the idea of making a bookmark, too, since I can’t seem to make enough of them, because they’re fun and quick. Thanks for all the fun and informative videos! By the way, kid and dog noises never bother me, it’s just part of life, and you don’t live in a vacuum!

  9. Ruth Mabry says

    İ watched the entire video, and thank you because I now know what to do with this beautiful Mambi paper stack that has acetate sheets. Childre n noises don’t bother me, I have 5 great grands, a dog and a cat. I already have a stampin up demonstrator, but I did subscribe to your you tube. And I’m voting for you.

  10. Susan Mezias says

    Fabulous cards! I watched the whole thing! I do have a question! I thought I heard you mention that the fine tip glue was mixed with tombow? Was that correct? & do you have a “recipe”? Thanks so much! I plan on voting for you!

  11. Linda Bentley says

    I loved your video Wendy. I did watch all the way through as I wanted to see what you created and how. Thanks for sharing with us.

  12. Pat (Whisper) R says

    Hey Wendy, how’s it going girl? Of course we all watched to the end; your teaching and cards are always awesome sauce! And of course we voted for you, why not? Since you ARE the best of the elite best. These cards really rock, and I can tell how your Copic classes have really uped your game. I see a little Jennifer teaching in some of your work. You are so talented. TY4S, Pat

  13. Christine Miner says

    Thanks for sharing! Love this idea. I like how the words are shinny. What were you adding to make the shine???

  14. Tammy Jo Tanner says

    Love the cards. I always watch from start to finish because I never know what I will miss you say. I tend to not like to have a lot on my crafting table either because I misplace them. I do it all the time at Christmas time when wrapping gifts. Tape and Scissors start out on the right side of me and the next thing you know I can’t find them because now they are on the left side. 😀 Thank you for sharing all of your wonderful projects with us. Blessings to you and your family

  15. Jo says

    Love the cards and book mark. I am new to your you tube channel and will be checking in regularly. Thanks for the lovely work and I watched the whole video, well done you are awesome!

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