Tag Archives: Glitter

How To Firm Up A Flimsy Filigree Die Cut

Teri from Scarlet Empress shares a great tip on how to firm up a filigree die cut on this Tip of the Day! Thanks Teri – that’s a great tip!

 

A Pocket Full of Easter Greetings

Can you believe Spring is just around the corner?  This darling card brings a pocket full of springtime and sunshine!!   This is one of those fun cards that you just want to look at over and over again.  You will certainly be inspired to make this sweet card made by Jinny Newlin. You can recreate […]

Sparkle N Sprinkle Glitter

Do you love glitter?  If you do, you need to know about Sparkle N Sprinkle. With over 100 specially hand blended one-of-a-kind colors, Sparkle N Sprinkle may just be THE authority on glitter. In addition to a huge variety of glitters, including Chunky, Ultrafine and the NEW Microfine glitter, Sparkle N Sprinkle offers education about how to […]

It’s A Blizzard

Doesn’t this darling snowman fit perfect for this time of year?  This is an adorable winter themed card that was created without using the traditional Holiday or Christmas colors.  He is just one of those snowmen you really want to reach out and hug. What is really fun about this card is that the designer Klare […]

Stamping on Glitter . . .

. . . with a touch of Glitter Masking thrown in for good measure!   by Brenda Smalle   Did you know that you can stamp directly on top of glitter (or flocking too)???  It opens up a whole new world.  The glitters work best if they are a light color and our semi-transparent glitters […]

Soot Stamping

I have been stamping for around 11 years (seems like 100!), and so it was very exciting for me to see a technique that I’ve never seen before.  Check this out . . . soot stamping!  Enjoy this tutorial from Sparkle ‘n Sprinkle:   by APRIL WILLIAMS   I don’t know about you, but the heat […]

Multi-Fold Card Tutorial

I really like this card format – just not sure what to call it.  It’s a tri-fold, but not the typical tri-fold format we normally see.  So, I’ll call it what the designer called it – a multi-fold card. The punched front edge is really clever – scroll down to learn how to make this […]