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Saturday, 28 November 2015

Merry Christmas


Hi Everyone, today I am sharing with you my sparkly Festive card for my DT post at Cheery Lynn Designs. Let me take you through the process of how to apply your glitter to your die cut with a double sided sheet of adhesive.


Step 1: Attach adhesive sheet to White cardstock by releasing one side of the protective layer. You should now have a sheet of paper that has cardstock on one side and the adhesive film for the sticky sheet on other side with its protective layer still on.

Step 2: Place the protective layer side up on die cutting machine and place your die on top and cut.

Step 3: Once cut, glue a fussy cut oval to the back of your die cut. This makes the design POP.


Step 4: Rub an anti static bag over your paper, this way the glitter will only adhere to the adhesive. Now start to cut into the protective layer and lift off the film to reveal the sticky parts of the Holly. Start rubbing green glitter into the area with your finger.


Step 5: Repeating the  process to lift adhesive film again with your craft knife to reveal the sticky parts where you want to put the red glitter.




This process takes a little while but is a great way to apply different colours of glitter without them mixing.


A close up of my mistletoe, using embossing powder with Glossy Accents on top to create the little buds .  


My snowy scene at the bottom was created using and Embossing Puff powder and Distress inks.

Have a lovely weekend.

Julie x

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9 comments:

  1. Glossy Accents with embossing powder? Wow, what a fabulous result, it looks amazing! The glittering of the beautiful frame and sentiment is wonderful - love this beautiful card Julie! Hugs, Anne xx

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  2. Lovely card Julie, those little hoses look great, beautifully put together!

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  3. Julie, I have to say.....WOW!
    On first view I actually thought you had incorporated cross-stitching as there is a beautiful textile appearance to this creation. It is such a beauty and as always, such elegance to your creations.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  4. WOW Julie, What a great way of applying glitter you share with us, never tried as far I'm concerned (but I will do!), the result is so perfect and beautiful!! I also love your use of EP and Glossy Accents as well as embossing puff! Your card is amazingly done, absolutely gorgeous creation. Hugs, Coco xx

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  5. ooh ooh oh soooo pretty! Texture = yum, Layout = gorgeous, winter wonderland scene = perfect!! Love it all xx

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  6. Julie great card and tutorial. Great design

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  7. Wow! Fantastic texture and I love the traditional colours! Chrisx

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  8. Gorgeous traditional red and green and I love the touch of sparkle!
    Alison xx

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Thanks for visiting, I love to read your comments so I know you have stopped by and look forward to visiting your blog.

Julie x

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