Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Thursday's Loose Glitter and Flocking Projects

Erin used Zig 2 way glue and black flock by Doodlebug Design Inc. to embellish one of the cats on her patterned paper, as well as to add definition around the kraft colored paper. She then added loose red glitter by Stix 2 on the heart shape.

Karen used glitter in several places on this photo frame. On the blue chipboard flower, she painted the lines in each petal and while the paint was still wet, she sprinkled glitter over them. She then did the same technique with the I love you plaque. After painting the edges with pink craft paint, she dipped the edges in glitter while still wet. On the row of blue flowers that go around the frame in the patterned paper, she used CTMH's Liquid Glass to put a dot in the center of each little flower and then sprinkled glitter over it. The liquid glass dots helped it to be raised and give it a tiny bit of 3-d feel.

Pam used loose glitter to help accent the focal point of this birthday card. After glimmer misting the Tattered Angels butterfly in lime and the Prima flower in turquoise, she painted each lightly with tacky glue and sprinkle on some Doodle Bug Design Sugar Coating Lily White Glitter. This glitter is very chunky and adds a lot of dimension to anything it is used on! A little bling swirl from Prima finished off the design.

Tanya took out her chipboard, her pretty pink ink and her loose pink glitter in order to make these sparkly pink flowers match the sparkly pink ribbon. Tanya found that using Diamond Glaze was the best glue to get the glitter to adhere, as it dried clear allowing the ink to peek through and the glitter to sparkle.


Sasya said...

oh wow! this is so inspiring!! beautiful works!!

Kim said...

Ladies, you all have really inspired me to get some flocking and try it! Not to mention, get my glitter out and use it more often....instead of stickles! Thanks :-)
Kim xXx

Kate said...

Thanks for the ideas and the inspiration. I just love that Edgar page especially!!

Deanne @ Three Trees said...

Beautiful, beautiful!!

Deanne :)