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Monday, March 4, 2013

Something To Crow About

I can't believe it is March already! If you read my post Friday you know I am the featured artist in this months issue of Scrap n' Arts online publication.  I am so blessed to have that opportunity.  I am sharing the joy with my blog peeps.  Just click HERE and use the coupon code of "KristiP" and enjoy!  As for my post today...Let's get started!
I am using the Double Glitter Technique today.  I love me some GLITTER!
I started with my supplies!
Glitter (Art Glitter)
Sticky Tape or Paper (I used LaDore Tape)
Glitter (Art Glitter)
Soap (I used Caress because I could not find my coconut oil soap!)
Glitter (Art Glitter)
Stencil (Dreamweaver Stencils)
Glitter (Art Glitter)
Embellishment (Graphic 45) 
Soap your stencil
Get your tape ready.
Brush those flakes off.
Peel the top layer of the tape off.
Lay Stencil on the adhesive soapy side down.
Start with your first glitter color.

I added the purple and getting ready to add some red.
Love the Sparkle!

Keep adding color all the way to the bottom of the stencil.
Shake off excess carefully and remove the stencil. Then cover the entire image with a transparent microfine glitter.  I used Winter White from Art Glitter.
Once you shake off the excess you get this!

Trim the image and mount on your base card and add your fun embellishment!

Don't forget to visit all the blogs on the hop!  Also...come back Thursday for another Dreamweaver card and then Saturday for a special post using Buttons Galore!  We are having a Button Hop!
Sparkle On!  Kristi
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  1. I knew there is a reason I like you so much, GLITTER!!! I love me some glitter that is for sure.Congrats on the Scrap N Art feature.
    Fun project to share sweetie!

  2. Oh Wow. I just learned something new and I am loving this! Thanks!

  3. Great idea, will have to give it a try.


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