Monday, August 15, 2016

Get Your Craft On

Get Your Craft On by Sparkle N Sprinkle is today's featured card.  To start out, I stamped the Bugaboo image (did you know that Sparkle N Sprinkle now has rubber versions of some of your favorite Bugaboo images?) and colored her with Copic markers.

The buttons were covered with Brushable Glue and the following glitters.  From top to bottom: Laser Blue, Jasper Blue, and Terrific Blue.  The ribbon in her hand was covered with Deep Royal tinsel glitter.  

The image was die cut using a Tonic Studios dies (Ornate Frame layering die set).  I added brushable glue around the backside of the ornate oval frame and then covered it with more Deep Royal tinsel glitter.  The tinsel glitter was added to the back so that it could peek through the openings around the frame.  (If it was on the front, it would have covered up all the details.)  I also outlined the inner oval with Nuvo Mousse (Mother of Pearl.)

I wanted this card to be a mostly white card with a pop of color.  So for the background mat, I dry embossed white cardstock with a Crafters Companion embossing folder (Basket Weave) and highlighted the edges with more Mother of Pearl Nuvo Mousse.

The sentiment is from another stamp set offered by Sparkle N Sprinkle: Party Spunky.  I used the digi version and die cut the sentiment with a Simon Says Stamp die (Holiday Apothecary Labels).  Again, Mother of Pearl Nuvo Mousse was used to outline the sentiment and Nuvo Crystal Drops (Gloss Ebony Black) accent the sides of the sentiment.


Shona Erlenborn said...

Wonderful Anne! She is really rocking her crafts. Love the use of the tinsel (clever of you to put it behind the die cut. Love your Crystal drop brads!

Lori Kobular said...

Love all the glitter on this card! I have to tell you I almost bought this stamp at the expo! Great card!

Lisa said...

This is so adorable, Anne!! I love the image!! The sparkle is amazing!! So beautiful!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

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Puppy Kisses and Paper Dreams said...

Yowza! I love your trick of putting the tinsel glitter behind the frame ... Perfect! This is so fun. Nice monochromatic effect too :)

NanaConnie said...

Ooo, I really like that tinsel glitter, Anne! Beautiful shades of blues you used in all the glitters and I especially like how you glittered behind the oval die cut. Very subtle but very effective.