Then on your center panel find your center point with intersecting lines and draw with a light pencil mark.
Place your 2 X 2 sized square die cut side facing you on your center lines as shown and tape in place with removable adhesive.
Fold both left and right sides over your die and run through you die cut machine. This will cut out both left and right panels at the same time exactly where you need them.
Now it is time to start preparing our acrylic block to emboss. This step is very important. Remove protective film from 1 side of your acrylic and rub your anti static bag over surface really well. If you don't do this step you will end up with a lot of "flakes" left on your acrylic and you won't get a clear crisp image.
leave fingerprints or oil from your fingers.
Using a coffee filter to catch any extra powder, apply stickum powder to your wet versamark and heat set just until melted and quickly sprinkle glitter onto hot wet stickum powder and gently heat set again to "seal" in glitter. (Use can also use sparkle embossing powder which has a glitter look to it as well but I wanted to get the full sparkle on my block.)
Now cut out scallop squares the same size as your square block. Cut 2 "window" squares as shown on the left and 1 solid square like shown on the right.
Attach acrylic block to white die cut square using "tear"ific tape (you won't see it I promise) and being very careful not to scratch your glitter off the block when you are removing paper backing from tape and then adhere to solid die cut scallop square as shown below. (Your glittered side should be adhered to the white die cut square.)