Friday, 15 November 2019

Sparkle Card

Hello, my friends!

Today I have a combination DT post.
I've combined products from Southern Ridge Trading Company,
with products from ScraPerfect,
to create a very sparkly Christmas card.

These products really are an ideal combination!

Here's my card:

Here's what I used:

When I cut out the chipboard "Sparkle",
 I left a little stem under the "a".
I also left a stem at the top of the ornament piece.
I then connected the two stems, 
so it looks like the ornament is hanging off of the word.

I began with adding some Best Glue Ever to the chipboard ornament,
in all the areas that I wanted to have green.
The No-Clog Writing Cap makes it so easy to add to the intricate areas.

I the shook green glitter very generously over the glued areas.

I then used tweezers to pick it up, turn it over, 
and shake off all the excess glitter. 

I then repeated the same process for the red glitter,
and then the white glitter.
I then set these pieces aside to dry.

I then cut an A2 size card base from white cardstock.
I cut the decorative paper 4" x 5 1/4".
I inked the edge of the paper, and adhered in place.

Using the Best Glue Ever, and the No-Clog Writing Tip,
I adhered the dry glittered pieces to the card front.

When I was all finished my project,
I used the Perfect Cleaning Cloth to wipe up all the glitter.
Here's one last look at the finished card:

Southern Ridge Trading Company Products:

ScraPerfect Products:

Other Materials Used:
Papers: Recollections - Cardstock,
Authentique - Nostalgia;
Ink: Martha Stewart - Red Chrysanthemum;
Glitter: Glitters Galore - Fire Engine Red, 
Elegant Emerald, Diamond Dust.

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Thanks so much for stopping by today!
I'll be back soon with more creative fun!

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Shona Erlenborn said...

Super sparkly for sure! Great design Nancy!

Eekers said...

OoooOOOooo so much sparkle!!! Love it :D x

Daffodil Cards said...

Love your background paper, perfect for your ultra sparkly and creative bauble, love it all Nancy.
Faith x

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