Clear Scraps not only makes cutting edge acrylic albums but they also make diecuts from acrylic and chipboard. One of my favorite products from Clear Scraps are the Clear-N-Chip Diecut Packs. These themed packs contain one 12x12 diecut acrylic sheet and one coordinating 12x12 diecut chipboard sheet. There are LOTS of pieces in each pack and they are so versatile, you can use them on multiple projects.
Since these shapes are relatively small, I ran them through my Xyron "X' Adhesive Sticker Maker. Adhering acrylic can be challenging but one of the best rules I follow is to cover the entire surface of the acrylic item with adhesive. That gives the piece a uniform look --usually the edges of the adhesive (i.e. tape) show up when working with acrylic. By covering the entire surface with adhesive there are no edges to show.
Clear Scraps diecut acrylic shapes are pliable so you can bend them slightly if needed to fit through the Xyron "X". After the acrylic shapes have been run through the machine, rub them to create a sticker (follow the instructions on the sticker maker). Remove the top plastic layer.
That's what we want! Peel the acrylic arrow stickers and adhere them to your patterned paper--what you see through the arrow is what the pattern on your arrow will be.