Here is my card for the blog hop - hope you like it - I didn't do anything spectacular with the acetate but it is central to how the card works. It's meant to look as if you can see the tag through the window but when you pull the tag up the pumpkin stays put and out pops the ghost. As the acetate slides up the pumpkin gets a face.
My poor husband drove me 30 miles to purchase a £6 ($12) Stazon ink pad to stamp the one tiny pumpkin face image on the acetate!
I'm sorry it's not a very summery subject but I've only got Christmas and Halloween PTI stamps so far. I'm really looking forward to seeing all the other cards and hopefully learn how to handle acetate - I found it a bit of a nuisance, I feel like I have three thumbs when I'm stamping on it. Lol.
Hello and welcome to WMS blog! My name is Claire Brennan and I design and produce clear photopolymer stamps, oh and make a few samples!! I live and work in Northern Ireland and I'm a huge fan of Christmas! LOL, I hope you find something different here! Thanks for visiting. Click on my pic to visit my store and find out more. Any questions, pop me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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