Wednesday, 17 May 2017

An Acetate Window Card


Hello my lovelies!  I am trying to get as much crafting done as I can before we go away, as I will be unable to craft or blog whilst away.  Today's card is an acetate window card, using the Eastern Palace Suite again.

This time I kept the medallion fairly simple and made more use of the DSP included in the suite.  This is my card today.






As you can see, acetate is very difficult to photograph successfully, but I have done what I can. 😉

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15 comments:

  1. What a beautiful card Hazel!!! I love how you have used the acetate, so cool and yes, I can see it! Love the papers you used and that medallion. Sorry I have been MIA, not getting notifications again, so have decided to just go through blogger's dashboard to do my commenting. Plus have been pretty busy. Hugs, Brenda

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  2. This is beautiful Hazel and I adore the colour of the dp and the acetate strip in the centre makes the medallion stand out so prettily. Not sure when you are going away but in case I miss the off I hope you have a wonderful time. x

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  3. Absolutely amazing and rich looking! Great job, Hazel!

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  4. Very classy indeed. That patterned paper looks like peacock feathers. I made an acetate window card once - looked nowhere near as accomplished as this! Xx

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  5. This is just gorgeous, such a fun card with the bright cheery papers, acetate and the medallion!

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  6. This is so elegant and stunning, Hazel!! I love the papers you used!! The medallion looks so amazing!! Love this, my friend!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  7. Oh, so pretty, Hazel! I think you did a great job photographing that acetate. I can definitely see it. Haven't tried using acetate in that way, but you've inspired me to give it a whirl. I'll just have to find the right piece of acetate. :)

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  8. Super gorgeous Hazel, love the window.
    Hugs Veerle xxx

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  9. Its look very Elegant ! Loved the Acetate window :)

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  10. Wow, I really like this, great color combo. Have a great weekend, Hazel.

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  11. I love how the medallion seems to be floating, Hazel! This is lovely, my friend!

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  12. Clever card and loving the acetate window. Yes hard to photo but as usual you have done a great job x

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  13. Hazel, such an elegant card, love the clear panel.

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  14. I'll try again and hope my comment won't disappear this time.
    Another fabulous card with this suite! The acetate makes the medallion look suspended - very cool!
    (I thought you had already left - have a safe trip and enjoy your time!)

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Thank you so very much for your comments you lovely people, they really make my day! Hazel x