Family tri fold frame
12" x 12" Top Loading Acrylic Album

A quick tutorial on acrylic

Hi bloggers Rita Barakat here with a quick tutorial on acrylic. Did you know you can stamp and paint on acrylic? This cute little Mini album has chipboard and acrylic and you can ordeer it any way you like from Clear Scraps! I used Staz On ink on the top to stamp my image (Imaginisce) and then flipped it over and used paint daubbers and Shimmerz paints on the back to fill in the color.
Why  flip it over? I'm glad you asked that question! If I were to paint on the front I might accidentally cover some of the outline I made with the stamps... 
If I paint on the back I don't have to be as careful and it gives the design dimension as well! (*If you want to add extra dimension on the top you can go over your stamped image with a Glaze pen! If you are really artsy you can freehand a drawing or trace a cute pattern with the Glaze pens!) If you want to see the rest of this album visit my blog!  (And is you are wondering what line this paper and stamps are from it's the "Berrylicious" from Imagincise, cute huh?)


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Beth W

Great tutorial-I need all the acrylic lessons I can find.


Cool for sure!
Thanks for the tips


Thanks for the tutorial!

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