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November 12, 2010


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oooh ill come back to this and read it properly. looks interesting x

Lynne V

What a great idea, I love using acetate overlays, but they are expensive.

I shall try making my own now.

Wild Roze

Thank you this is awesome. Am def. going to try this one! Thank you as well for the excellent visuals, as a "stipid" cyber skilled user this is most helpfull.


I love acetates too... thanks for the great post.


A really excellent tutorial, thanks! Now somewhere, in a box, I have some printable acetate...


Fabulous tutorial Alexa. I tried acetates once but the ink just kept sliding off - however it was glossy both sides so I now know where i went wrong!

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