Welcome back to my Day 4 take on Online Card Classes "Clear & Sheer". Day 4 brought us many creative ideas on working with vellum and acetate. Acetate brings such a subtle effect to any project even if it's the main focus or if it's just a small accent on your card. Vellum is much the same .. it's a surface that can be altered in many ways and can create pretty ethereal results. I'm learning to work with both as they are quite new to me.
So for today's project I decided to make a really basic card that let the focus be on the die cut. Sometimes simpler is better and in this case I think it works quite well.
The key for working with acetate is that if you glue something to the front of the acetate you have to follow up with gluing something to the back to cover up the glue. You work with layers so cutting out multiples of the same thing is key in this case. Also in order to have an area to write on, inside the card, you have to follow this same rule of thumb where you have to double up on your layers.