I found these printed acetates in my stash and thought they would go well with the paper napkin I used to clean up my alcohol inks when I was creating my previous acetate card. I used Sharpies, rubbing alcohol and a cotton swab to colour the images on the back. I simply applied a bit of blue on the petals with the marker and moved around the colour with a swab dampened with alcohol. In the same manner, I added yellow to the centers and green to the leaves. The colour coordinated very nicely with my background paper.
I applied white glue to the back of the acetates - same side as the colour - and placed them on the coloured paper napkin and left them to dry. Once dry, it was easy to trim the napkin to the edge of the acetate. I added a white layer below the acetate to help brighten the flowers because placing them directly on the cardstock dulled the colours too much. I added a length of seam binding between the image and the greeting, gluing the ends to the back and tied on a short piece to simulate a bow. I attached this element to my card front with four brads. This was a stash buster!! The background paper napkin didn't even make it to the stash as it was still on my work surface!!
I really love the watercolour look of the background!! Save the paper towels or wipes you use to clean up to use as backgrounds for future projects!!