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A Sparkly card

May 8, 2012

Here is a card I made a while ago and never got around to sharing with you.

I started with scored and folded Whisper White card. I cut Red Glimmer paper 7cm wide and Basic Black card stock 8cm wide. I matched each edge and then cut using the Adorning Accents Edgelets. First one side and then the other so that the shapes matched and you can see a nice Basic Black edge alongside the Real Red Glimmer paper.
 I stamped the image from the Apothecary Art stamp set using Stazon Jet Black ink. I coloured the image using Real Red and Old Olive Stampin’ Write Markers and a Blender Pen.  The image is cut using the matching size die from the Labels Collection Framelits.  I covered the image with Versamark ink and then poured over  equal parts of Dazzling Diamonds and Heat & Stick Powder and used the Heat Gun to set it and to make it all sparkly. I attached the image to Basic Black card stock cut with the next size larger Labels Collection Framelits.
The image panel is attached to the card front using dimensionals.
I actually made this card when the Autumn/Winter Mini Catalogue was released.  I’d love to hear what you think.
Bye for now, Kris.
3 Comments leave one →
  1. May 8, 2012 8:55 am

    Gorgeous card, Kris! I love that sparkle especially.


  2. soggystamper permalink
    May 9, 2012 12:22 pm

    It is a gorgeous card, Kris! I love the idea of mixing dazzling diamonds and heat and stick powder to get the sparkly accent. I’m guessing there is much less glitter everywhere with this technique.


  3. May 9, 2012 12:34 pm

    This is a work of art Kris. Love it to bits. Edgelits rock….as do framelits of course!!


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