Friday, February 15, 2008

Chunky glitter card

I guess despite really trying I just can't stay away from the One of a Kind set. It's hard when it just happens to be the perfect set for a technique I want to feature at my glitter class tomorrow. At tomorrow's class we'll be talking about different ways to adhere glitter to a card. We'll do a glitter window card, a card using heat and stick, a card using 2 way glue and last, but hopefully not least, this card, showcasing the use of glitter with sticky strip and glue dots.

I decided to use the white chunky glitter with this card and I really like the subtle effect. It's not as shiny as dazzling diamonds and it doesn't glisten so much as it glimmers. The larger glitter chunk actually give more of a glassy appearance. Kind of classy and elegant.

Here's the card recipe:
card stock: purely pomegranate, close to cocoa, pretty in pink, chocolate chip
ink: purely pomegranate
stamps: one of a kind
accessories: scalloped circle punch, slit punch, 1/16th handheld circle punch, pretty in pink taffeta ribbon, sticky strip, pop up glue dots, mini glue dots, white chunky glitter.

P.S. In case any of you are wondering, I chose the stuffed French toast combo with blueberry topping and over easy eggs (Bill got my bacon :-) -- his lent hasn't started yet). It was delish!

2 comments:

Diane Lapointe said...

Very pretty Diane! Love the glitter and what you've done with the scalloped circle in the back of you flowers,cool!!!They'll love the glitter technique at your class
I'm sure!!!

stampin_melissa said...

Such a lovely card Diane!