Tuesday, 22 July 2008

Small and glittery

A small thank you card which will form part of a set… when I eventually complete it! The deadline is looming, too…

Just a reminder of the glitter trick used on the brad: take an ordinary brad, cover it with a glue dot and dip it in glitter. It’s (almost) a no-mess glitter technique! I used a Pretty in Pink brad on this one, so that the pink shows through slightly.

Stamps: Shapes & Shadows (p54), Basic Phrases (p65)
Cardstock: Pretty in Pink, Close to Cocoa, Whisper White
Ink: Pretty in Pink, Close to Cocoa
Accessories: Soft Subtles brads (p85), Glue Dots® (p81), Stampin’ Glitter (p82)






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8 comments:

  1. What a sweet card. The glitter just tops it off!

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  2. Wow! So pretty! Thanks for the tip about the glitter!

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  3. learn a new trick every day! i mihgt have to try that.

    (glitter is still the herpes of the crafting world! lol!)

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  4. I keep forgetting that glitter/brad trick - must do that. Very sweet card.CC

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  5. it love it love it. Have I mentioned I love it? THat trick rocks and I use it often but this card is sooo perfectly sweet. Like cotton candy and chocolate together.

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  6. Cool idea for the glittered brad! I'll have to try it.

    Thanks! Tish

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  7. Thanks for you comment on my blog about the delicious Quorn eggs. You have some really gorgeous cards here. Funnily enough, I grew up in Duffield, I lived there for 20 years but moved away about five years ago.

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  8. Hi Helen. Found your blog through SCS and am really glad I did. I love the things i've seen on here. Your cards are so pretty!

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Thank you so much for taking the time to comment. I love receiving genuine comments - I do get bored of deleting dodgy links though!

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