Sunday, November 16, 2008
1 glitter, 2 glitter, 3 glitter, 4...
I thought it'd be fun to see how many glittering techniques I could get on to one card - these die-cuts from the Basic Grey Figgy Pudding pack are great for glittering, so I cut out the presents from another paper in the pack and had some fun. Crackling (on the top ornament) obviously isn't glitter, but since I've been playing with it this weekend too, I figured I'd put it in there. The second ornament has small glass glitter adhered with heat-and-stick powder, and the presents are both embossed with glitter powder and doodled with a glitter pen (mostly on the ribbons and dots).
Materials: Paper: Papertrey white, Basic Grey Figgy Pudding; Stamps: Inkadinkadoo Holiday Collection, Fancy Pants Pollen Dust (it's the same flourish I used yesterday, just turned sideways to look like a tree); Ink: Stampin' Up Cranberry Crisp, SU Old Olive, Versamark; Ranger Crackle Accents, glass glitter, heat-and-stick powder, Titanium embossing powder, Versamarker, Sakura Gelly Roll glitter pen, pop dots, twine