The penultimate Christmas card from me this year (I hope) and I thought I would have a go at the challenge Katy has put up on the Craft Stamper Blog, which is to use Glimmer Mist in a project. This follows on from a fab masterclass article in the January edition of the mag. So I used the cellophane (cling film, Saran wrap – whatever you might want to call it) technique as I’ve been meaning to try it for a while, what better excuse can one have?
I love this technique – my only problem is being patient enough to let the paint dry 🙂
Stamps – Elzybells Art Stamps
Inks – Glimmer mist; Brilliance Pearlescent
Usual Suspects – Paper trimmer; Double-sided tape
Other – Cellophane; Galaxy marker pens; silver wrapped elastic; silver ribbon; eyelets; crop-a-dile; 3D glue
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Beautiful! You have more patience than me,lol!!! :o)x
this is gorgus, love this techinque but like many im far to impatient!
Gorgeous card, I love the colours you have chosen and the effect you have created.
This is beautiful! But I am soooo not patient with things like that. I feel your pain there! 🙂
Your card is so beautiful! I love it.
Hugs Lynsey 🙂
Lovely card, like the background.
Lovely work Kim! Know what you mean about waiting for things to dry, sometimes I think I am the worlds most impatient crafter (will my Glossy Accents ever be fingerprint-free?).