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Hello Fish Acrylic Cards

Hello crafty friends! It's Maya here on the blog today to share acrylic cards featuring the acrylic tag. The acrylic tag pack comes in 4 different shapes, approx. 3.75" x 6.75", and I used 2 shapes to create these acrylic cards.  


▼ Here is one of the papers I chose for my card base and I started by folding it in half.









▼ Laying the acrylic tag on the folded paper, I traced the tag shape with a pencil and cut it out with scissors.


▼ On one of the cards, I added bubbles to the card base by using the 6 inch Bubbles Mascil along with Distress Oxide ink (tumbled glass). 


▼ All Clear Scraps Acrylic has a protective film on both sides so be sure to remove it before stamping or painting! Using Staz On ink in black, I stamped the images on the front of the acrylic. The ink will dry relatively fast but you do have to be careful to not smudge your image. By the way, any mistakes can be removed with a non-acetone fingernail polish remover! Then you are ready to re-stamp!  


▼ Once the ink was dry, I painted the images with Chameleon pens. They are alcohol-based markers, which work brilliantly on acrylic surfaces!


▼ Removing a protective film on the back of the acrylic tag, I used Zip Dry scrapbook glue to adhere the tag to the card base I cut out. Then, I stamped hello with Staz On ink, added extra touches using pink liquid embellishment, and glued a bow to the top of the card. Last, I painted the borders using acrylic paints along with a paintbrush to finish both cards.


Thank you all for stopping by today! Hope today's cards inspire you to create with some Clear Scraps acrylic. Have a blessed day!

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Additional Products Used:
- Stamps: Stampendous
- Ink: Tsukineko Staz On Jet Black, Ranger Distress Oxide
- Marker: Chameleon
- Adhesive: Zip Dry Scrapbook Glue
- Acrylic Paint: Master's Touch


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