Sunday, 29 November 2009

Yes, more glitter...

Another project from Monday’s glitter class – this time using Sticky Cuts. These are 12x12 sheets of die-cut images made from the same stuff as Sticky Strip. So they’re REALLY sticky and you can apply embossing powder (yes, you can heat them), glitter, fun flock or tiny beads.

We stamped the flower from Hello Again. We didn’t bother masking as the flower head was completely covered by the Sticky Cuts flower. Then we peeled away the large part – the petals – leaving behind the circle in the centre. Next we applied glitter and heated gently to set. Once this was done we peeled the backing (fronting?) from the centre circle and applied glitter in a different colour and heated again.

The Certainly Celery panel is stamped repeatedly with flowers from the Simply Said stamp set. We positioned the brads using the mat pack, although some of us had them closer together, some had them farther apart and one person (that would be me) completely forgot about the brads until it was too late and everything was stuck down!

Stamps: Hello Again, Simply Said
Cardstock: Perfect Plum, So Saffron, Whisper White, Lavender Lace, Certainly Celery
Ink: Certainly Celery
Accessories: ½” Striped Grosgrain Ribbon – So Saffron, Sticky Cuts, Fine Cosmo Glitter, Silver Brads

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2 comments:

  1. Very pretty Helen. Lovely colour combination.

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  2. Great card, I love the sticky cuts.

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