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Katherine from Shakespeare's King Henry IV is one of my very favorite images and has graced my Document Design web page for several years now.

Of course, as you probably know, those working with acetate will usually tell you not to use lumpy things behind the acetate even though those beads do seem like the perfect touch. Well, I just had to try it just the same. What they don't tell you is that these little beads really don't stick worth a hoot to that cold laminate adhesive and forever after your creation is leaking beads every time you move it.

Katerhine was created from the image printed on overhead acetate, the same type I use in printing the Whiskey Creek Plate Sampler.

Shakespeare's Katherine from King Henry IV



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