Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Custom printed acetate...yahoo!


A few months ago I invested (yup, because it's kind of pricey, around $1 a sheet) in a package of Ink Jet Transparency Film. I've finally gotten around to playing with it and I'm in LOVE!



It was Ladies Night on Saturday at Roberts Crafts here in Utah and I had the pleasure of doing make-and-takes. I chose to use fellow Paper Crafts Pro Kim Kesti's design from CKC because it's so quick and easy. I love alliteration, so how does Kim Kesti is the Queen of Quick Cards sound?



I changed up the design a bit and created the window (because I just love peeking through things!) and printed the sentiment on the acetate. I love to share, so download 3 FREE circle sentiments for you to print off for yourselves. Notice it's backwards? It needs to be because it's printed on the rough side of the acetate and you'll want the smooth side up. I've also included the right-side as well, if you just want to print the sentiments on paper.



P.S. I found the exact film I used at Staples, but found the best price at Amazon, although it's specifically for HP printers.

Good luck and Have fun!

3 comments:

txbluiz said...

Thanks so much for sharing this! Can't wait to buy some of this, start printing and making some really cool cards!

PhantomScrapper said...

Sue,

I enjoyed the classes I took with you on Saturday and it was a pleasure to TA for you on Friday night, even though my experience with the others wasn't great the time in your class was not a bad experience ...even if I had to wash 1000 stamps =). I hope you had a great time at the Alamo and I hope you come back to San Marcos I would love to take more classes.

Jenice Schnell said...

Sue, It was so great meeting you and taking 2 of your classes! I had so much fun at my first scrapbooking convention. I hope you come back next year! *hugs* THANK YOU!

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