For today's SCACD TIOT we were challenged to Clearly Summer - using acetate in our project. I decided to make a Fluffy Magic Card which I haven't done in ages! I'm sure there are many different techniques out there for magic cards, but I'll show you how I made mine:
It's very handy to have a Stamp-a-ma-jig when doing this technique to get perfect alignment. I aligned my acetate and acrylic block at the corner of the Stamp-a-ma-jig. Do this for the watercolor paper or cardstock, too.
Color in your image.
Create a sleeve for the "magic" by cutting a window on the front and adhering a "screen" to the inside. Front view:
The back will not be shown so there's no need to make it look pretty. Just make sure to seal the back securely.
You want a space between the sleeve and the screen:
Once you make your first one it's really easy and kids really get a kick out of seeing the "magic" happen right before their very eyes!
Stamp: Fluffy from Anki's Sweethearts Series 2
Ink: Staz-On Black
Paper: SU Bella Rose designer series pack, SU cs (Old Olive, Rose Red), watercolor paper
Accessories: Grafix acetate, Dress It Up Color Me Pink buttons, Distress Stickles (Worn Lipstick, Scattered Straw), watercolor markers, hole punch, white satin ribbon, Spellbinders Classic Large Rectangles