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In & Out of Studio 3D
Sunday, 3 January 2016
Glitter Strips
Topic: Pretty Paper

One of the papers I was using had strips of prints covered in glitter. Love me some glitter!

I left one piece whole and cut some into separate strips for use.

On this first card I started with a paper that has a needlework print on it. I added ten vellum poinsettia stickers in two rows then placed a strip of the glitter paper between them.

I stamped a greeting at the top.


I used that same strip on this second card. The background started as a two-toned green with a shiny surface on the darker green. I added gold peel-off stickers of holly all over to liven it up.

Then the strip was applied and followed up with a vinyl text sticker.


For the third card I left the glittery striped paper whole. I added a floral text strip over one of the stripes and then hung a 3D ornament sticker over that.


The text on the ornament is a rub-on.

Ddd

 

 


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:01 AM PST

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