Just had to try this technique! (It's really called "Acrylic Smash" but I used metallics instead.) Using 3 metallic paint dabbers: silver, gold and pearl, I came up with these two cards.
For the Fifth Ave. Rose, I used just the gold and pearl colors, smushing them (that's a technical stamping term) between the acetate and white cs beneath. Once satisfied with the amount and blend of colors, I stamped the image with black Staz-On ink, mounted it behind the square window overlay and attached it to a Soft Suede card. After the leaves were punched from a piece of scrap dsp, I also cut a thin strip of it to place along the bottom third of the card. The butterflies were cut out with the Embosslits Beautiful Wings die. Finally, black mini-gems were added for the butterfly "bodies." (Click for further details, click again to magnify a smaller spot.)
The second card was even easier. After smushing all three colors of dabber between the acetate and white cs, I stamped the sunflower with Staz-On ink, mounted them behind the white scalloped circle overlay, added the greeting stamped with Chestnut Roan chalk ink and the Hero Arts flower with a gold brad, and mounted it on some metallic brown cs. Then I attached it to the front of the Kraft card with SU dimensionals. The inside greeting reads "A day filled with blessings."
Acetate Smashing is fun--try it! (Third entry for today, so scroll down for more.)
For a video tutorial, look HERE.