No ink? Do You Believe?

“I believe…. I believe… I know it’s silly, but I believe.”

It is true; no ink in this project.

Does anyone remember this quote? πŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’š that movie. Is it too early to start watching? Thoughts? Until then, this little, 7in x 9in, framed decor will have to do.

This started as a card, but it had to go larger to get the feel I was looking for. 🀣


  • Papers: Strathmore Acrylic Cardstock, SSS Acetate, Nina Solar White 110lb cardstock
  • Acrylic Paints: Folk Art (Red, White, Colorshift Dragon Flash-green), Golden (Titan Buff)
  • Liquitex: Acrylic Pour Medium
  • SVG-Design: Believe (SVGDesignsByKate)
  • Distress crackle pain: Clear Rock Candy
  • Black Vinyl


Cut the acrylic card stock down to 4.5×6. Mix your acrylic paints with the pouring medium. There are a host of acrylic pouring videos on Youtube to help you with this. Acrylic was poured on the cardstock and allowed to dry for about 30 hours. Cut various frames and glue layers together. I used my Cricut and the square shape to create the sized frames needed. Glue your frame layers together. Once dry, apply crackle paint to the topside of the structures for texture. Cut acetate down to the desired size. Cut the SVG out of black vinyl and center it on the acetate. Layer your acetate below the decorative frame layer. Place your acrylic pour in your frame and seal the back.

One more fun quote from Miracle on 34th …

“But… but maybe he’s only a little crazy like painters or composers or… or some of those men in Washington”

Should crafters be on this list? Mmmmm…. maybe?? 😁

Challenges entered: SSS Monday Challenge, TicTacToe Challenge (Die-square, Layers-yep, Black), The Fairy and Unicorn Challenge, Double Trouble Challenge,

10 thoughts on “No ink? Do You Believe?

  1. Makira, what a gorgeous piece of art you’ve created with your acrylic pour design! Love all the texture behind the silhouette, too!! Thank you for sharing your beautiful artwork with us at Double Trouble for our “3-2-1” challenge!!! -Donna

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  2. Fabulous project Marika, so creative, the background is amazing. Thanks for joining us at the Fairy and Unicorn Challenge this month, good luck with your entry, Claire DT

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