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15 posts categorized "Glitter Paper"

Peace This Christmas
by Marybeth Lopez

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Hi there , it will be Christmas before you know it! If you need some quick  and easy cards , this might just work for you. Easy to mail as well.

I used Poppystamps dies and stamps, along with glitter paper and die  from memory box, all linked below.

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I chose these monotone colors from the Holiday Glitter Pad. I used the lightest colors for the trees and the mail panel. There are many beautiful colors in that pad.

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The trees came out very nicely with the metal shim from Poppystamps.

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Pictured above are the products I used also linked and listed below.

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I love that the memory box Wrapped Stitch looks so elegant on the paper, it comes with five different sizes . I used the second largest.

some of my trees are layered for a bit of depth and because I had extra, still nice for mailing .


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I hope every one here in USA has a wonderful blessed Thanksgiving, May God bless you all everywhere!

 

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BEAUTIFUL PINK CHRISTMAS BIRD HOUSE EASEL CARD
by Patty Tanúz

Hola amigas!!!!

Today I`m sharing with you my pink christmas in a beautiful Bird House Easel card!!!! Look!!!!

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I used glitter papers, gold papers, and everything to create a very festive Christmas card anddd Pinkkkkkk :)

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I love this color combo!!!!!!!

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And I love this Easel Card diecut! You can create a card with this diecut and adapt it to your favorite season !!!!

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Happy crafting!!!!

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Galaxy Christmas
by Sue McRae

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Hello crafters! Sue here with a Christmas card using a galaxy sky background for the cute Simple Lantern Oval die.

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This is my first attempt at making a galaxy sky with Distress Inks and I have to say it was a lot of fun!

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I took white cardstock and pounced and blended a few Distress Ink colours randomly over the panel. I added pink and purples first, then light blues and darker blues and finally black. And yes, it looks like a hot mess when you're starting out (as you can see in the pic) and it doesn't matter if you have blotches because as you continue to add colours it evens out and some sort of dark night sky magic happens.

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When I was happy with the inking, I mixed Perfect Pearls with water and flicked it on the panel and let it dry. Then I did the same with white paint and blue metallic paint and these became the stars and/or snow! Totally up to you! It really adds to creating depth in the night sky!

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I die cut the Simple Lantern Oval 4 times from black cardstock and layered them. I added a piece of glitter cardstock behind the lantern for a little sparkle.

For the scene, the house and tree were die cut from white linen cardstock and for the snow I die cut the Whittle Cloud Border from white pearl foil paper from the Polished Foil Pad.

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The Holly Merry Christmas was die cut from the same sparkly platinum cardstock found in the Holiday Glitter Pad.

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I hope you get inky and try making your own galaxy background and incorporate it into one of your Christmas cards!

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Wishing you a crafty week!

Sue Floral Signature copy

 

 

 

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Christmas Holly
by Marybeth Lopez

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Hello, Marybeth Lopez  here today with two Christmas Cards from Poppystamps . I used the new Holly background die and Memory box glitter paper.

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I wasn't sure what I was go to make so I kept changing and layering my design.

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At first it was going to be very simple , just fill in the berries and leaves with foil paper, then I changed it up again.

As you can see below I was all over the place with my design, guess I just had a hard time concentrating. 

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Thought I would share what my desk looked liked like, pretty messy , right! I decided on one red card with the sentiment stamped on the inside (sorry forgot the photo) 

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So two different cards just different colors and very easy to make, once you know what you want to do :)

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I hope you have a wonderful, week/weekend. I am getting excited to decorate for Christmas , what about you?

 

 

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Glittered Holly
by Sue McRae

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Hi everyone, Sue here with my first Christmas card of the season and I thought I would sparkle it up big time!

I couldn't wait to use the gorgeous Holly Background die and decided that all the open spaces in the design would be wonderful to fill will glitter glue.

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If you follow along with my posts, you'll remember that I used glitter glue to create a Valentine's Day card that can be found here. Since that card was posted, Memory Box came out with their own brand of glitter glue which I'm using on this project. All the scrumptious colours can be found here.

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First I took the Holly Background and die cut it 3 times from 110lb Neenah Solar White and once from gold glitter card stock. I adhered the white layers together and attached it to my card base.

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I chose my colours of glitter glue and squeezed them into the different die cut areas. I used a toothpick to help get the glitter glue in the corners because the glitter glue does shrink as it dries. Because of this I make sure to use enough glitter glue so it comes to the top of the third layer of the die cut panel. It will drop down after it dries and if you get a little bit of glitter glue on the top portion of the die cut panel it doesn't matter because it will be covered up with the last layer, the gold glitter piece.

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This technique is easy and quick and since there are so many fabulous glitter glue colours out there, the options are boundless!

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I did my glittering in the evening and left it overnight and it was dry in the morning. Then I added my top gold glitter layer and a simple white heat embossed sentiment.

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I had a lot of fun with this technique and I may be eyeing another Christmas die to use with the glitter glues. I hope you give this a try!

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Have a great week!

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2 Halloween Cards
by Nancy Penir

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Can you believe it's the end of October? And that means it's time for one of of our favorite holidays... Halloween!

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How about a couple of too cute cards with some of Poppy's new dies! Hope you added some of these to your stash.

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Have you seen the new Whittle Monsters? Too cute to spook!

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A very simple card, rather graphic in style using the monsters with new 'Boo' die.

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So easily die cut with the new glitter cardstock. I cut the bottom boo with green glitter card stock and the top with purple. But what to do with the reverse colors? Create another card of course!

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Love the curly spider web. It's part of Poppy's Clear Stamp set,  Halloween Ingredients.

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The pumpkins are cut from Rinea foil paper. These 2 are going to a couple of grandsons, together with some candy treats.

You all have a Happy, safe Halloween. Take care my friends!

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