Glitter Card using Softly Falling from Stampin’ Up!

Glitter Card using Softly Falling from Stampin’ Up! and Seasonal Frame Thinlits. Bling it up with a clean and simple Christmas card idea. 

Yes I did sit and drop a splodge of glue in each and every depression on the reverse (debossed) side of this Christmas card I made using Softly Falling from Stampin’ Up!, before sprinkling over a tub of silver glitter and leaving it to dry!  Actually it didn’t really take that long to be honest, and it was really quite therapeutic just sitting still with the fine-tip glue pen working from top to bottom! I just love the effect – it’s “Blingtastic” (I’m sure that’s a word ha ha, but if it isn’t, it should be lol!)! What do you think?

Stampin' Up! Softly Falling Glitter Christmas Card Seasonal Frame Thinlits Tracy May

 

Once the card front was dry I shook off all the glitter and tipped it back in the pot for another day. I added a strip of white jute ribbon, Holidays Fancy Foil Designer Vellum, Silver ribbon and the “falala” sentiment, which was left over from another card. Oh and not forgetting even more bling with the strip of Silver Sequence trim – like I said “Blingtastic”!! 🙂

After all the comments I received about a card, that I posted on my Instagram and Facebook page using this technique, but on a much smaller scale, I wonder what everyone will say about this! Ha ha ha – love my job!! 🙂 and I’ll post that card for you another day!

Thanks for stopping by. I do hope you like my card. As always, if you would like any of the products used and are happy to shop with me, simply click on the table below and you will be taken to my online shop. Thanks for your support! 🙂

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Falala – Seasonal Frame Thinlits from Stampin’ Up!

Falala Christmas Tree Card created using Seasonal Frame Thinlits from Stampin’ Up! and Holidays Fancy Foil Designer Vellum.

 

Falala la la la …. Tis the season to be jolly! Have you seen the Seasonal Frame Thinlits from Stampin’ Up! yet? It’s a great set that co-ordinates with the Sparkly Season stamp set. Today I have just used the thinlits for the sentiment for this card, which is based off the same Global Design Project (GDP) sketch, I used for this leaf card.

Seasonal Frame Thinlits from Stampin' Up! Christmas Tree Card Tracy May

 

I used the Holidays Fancy Foil Designer Vellum for the background and teamed it up with Red and Silver Foil for the rest. I didn’t actually like this card at first, but I left it overnight and it had grown on me. That’s what happened with the leaf card I created with this sketch as well. Bizarre!

What do you think? Do you like it?

Oh before I forget, the white twine behind the tree is actually a strand from the White Jute Ribbon!

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