You know I did a card for Founder’s Circle using a technique I kind of threw together…..several people emailed and asked how I achieved it. So I’ve done another card featuring the Snow Flake Soiree Set using the same technique. Let’s call it “Sparkle Powder”
I cased this card design from Mary Fish but did it in another color and used Embossing Powder. Thanks Mary for the inspiration.
Here is how I did it?
I poured some Silver Embossing Powder into a small container.
then added some Dazzling Diamonds
cover with lid and shake to mix together
I placed my image piece onto a black piece of card stock as it’s easier for me to see. Sometimes it’s difficult to see white on white and where you are stamping.
Rub image with Embossing Buddy (really well)
Begin with stamping all of your images onto your image piece with Versamark
Then pour some Heat and Stick Powder onto the image piece and heat set……can’t show you that as I only have two hands…hehe
Immediately while the Heat and Stick is still warm pour your “Sparkle Powder” over the image and tap off excess.
You may need to use a soft brush to get stray flecks off. I had a time today with it in Florida as it’s pretty humid.
I used a scrap of Brushed Siler Card Stock and taped some white Taffeta Ribbon to the back of it….saving ribbon. Attach to your 4 1/4 x 11 Card Base.
I used my Magic Bow Maker to create my perfect Double Bow. (available for sale at the top of my blog)
Attach image piece with dimensionals
….and bow to the card using a Glue Dot
I then assembled and added my Basic Rhinestones.
Supply List:…..it’s all available at my online store….click here to get there.
Snow Flake Soiree Stamp Set Clear # 127925 $ 21.95
White Card Stock #100730 $8.50
Brushed Silver Card Stock #100712 $7.95
Versamark Pad #102283 $7.50
Heat and Stick Powder #100625 $ 4.50
Silver Embossing Powder # 109131 $ 4.75
Dazzling Diamond # 102023 $4.50
White Taffeta Ribbon #109070 $6.95
Basic Rhinestones #119246 $4.95
Thanks for stopping in today. If I can help you with any of your stamping needs please let me know. Just hit the contact me tab at the top of my blog. I’d love to hear from you.