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This card is made by Laura from Laura’s Creative Pages and Cards. Laura has used pieces of acetate to make the card and below you can read her own description:
So this card is actually made by using a piece of acetate cut at 3 inches wide by 12 inches long. Next I stuck 1/4 inch x 3 inch strips onto the acetate all the way down the 12 inches with a small gap between each strip.
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Once the acetate was filled with the strips I cut off 1/4 inch wide strips from the piece which gives the illusion of many little squares.
These strips were adhered on the diagonal to a piece of card to create what you see, many little squares. My first cards with this design were larger squares but I love to push boundaries and see how little I can go.
The inspiration came from seeing a totally different idea using acetate and so I tried this concept which worked amazingly.
This post is published by TPC Magazine.