A clear, tinted film, Stephens Acetate is ideal for use in a number of art and craft projects, including glass painting, model making, mobiles, document covers and handmade cards. Pack of 8 sheets.
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A clear film of plastic material, cellulose acetate is made from a polymer derived from wood pulp or cotton fibres.
Why choose Stephens Acetate?
An incredibly versatile material, Stephens Acetate can also be used to cover photos in a scrapbook, for added protection, and with overhead projectors for presentation purposes. Ideal for use with specialised Marker Pens and Chinagraph Pencils, Stephens Acetate is not suitable for photocopiers, laser or inkjet printers.
How do I use acetate?
Patterns and shapes can be stamped or traced onto clear acetate, and then cut out or embossed, to create an overlay on homemade greeting cards. The following links offer some other ideas on working with acetate:
Who are Stephens?
Founded by Henry Stephens in 1832, when The Stephens’ Ink Company was registered in Southwark. Originally specialising in inks and fountain pens, the company went on to diversify within the stationery industry, and was taken over by the Royal Sovereign Pencil Company Ltd. in 1967.
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