Monday, February 18, 2008


I couldn't capture it in a photo, but in real life this card is so incredibly sparkly! It was another card we made in the glitter class. This card illustrate the use of two way glue and tombow mono multi to adhere glitter to a card. We used the pick a petal stamp to stamp a large polka dot flower in orchid opulence, with the petal outlines stamped in tempting turquoise. We then used the two ways glue to color in the polka dots and sprinkled turquoise cosmo fine glitter on the card. We stamped the five petal flower around the edges in tempting turquoise and sponged gable green over the whisper white card stock. Last, but not least, we used two way glue to fill in the flower centers and the fine tip on the tombow mono multi to outline the petals, and sprinkled the card with orchid fine cosmo glitter. Then the image was just matted onto a piece of gable green card stock and attached to the orchid opulence card base.

I admit, this card is a little loud (what a contrast to that shades of gray pick a petal card I did not too long ago, huh?) but it's also so much fun! I mean, who doesn't love glitter?


Bonnie Weiss said...

There is something very cheerful about glitter and this card is VERY CHEERFUL! So pretty!

Debby Winters said...

What a happy and bright card! Glitter is definitely a pick-me-up kinda thing!