Sunday, January 21, 2018

Happy Birthday Roses

This is my post on the Sparkle N Sprinkle blog today.


Products used:
Other:  Ribbon, Copics

Hi, Diane with you to show you a beautiful card and
a very easy and fun technique using the products shown above.!



The Roses In My Heart stamp was stamped using the Tim Holtz Stamp Platform
The sentiment was then stamped with Versamark (also using the platform)
on a die cut heart and then embossed with Red Apple embossing powder.
The image was then colored with Copics
and fussy cut with Tonic 5" Mini Scissors.
I added a bit of shimmer around the out edge of the heart here and there using the
and adhered it down with Tear-ific Tape 1/2" on my 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" card base.

The technique I used is so fun and so very easy.  It is the Glitter Spatter Technique.
You will need a little lid of some type like I have shown,

Squirt a very small amount of SNS Brushable Glue in the lid, and a small squirt of water
from your water brush, stir with the brush.


Next just simply 'flick' the end of the brush (just above the brush itself)
onto your paper.

Sprinkle with your Cloud Nine glitter.


Repeat this step as many times as you like until you are satisfied with the results.
I laid down a few sheets of scrap paper to protect my work surface as it does 'spatter!



Here is a close up of the heart'


I hope you enjoyed my tutorial and will try this yourself,
the results are amazing!  Thank you for visiting with me today.

Entering the following challenges:
Dragonfly Journeys ... The Power of Red
613 Avenue Create .... ATG Twist New (stamp)
Penny Black and More Challenge ....  New (stamp)
Simply Create Too .... Embossing 




13 comments:

Shona Erlenborn said...

Very pretty Diane - love your splatter glitter technique!

Donna Ellis said...

Diane, you really took the velvet glitter to new heights! I love that "splatter" effect and appreciate the detailed tutorial for someone like me who has trouble visualizing. Your card is LOVELY and looks amazing with the die cut heart in the middle with the sentiment. I also am in love with the way you colored those leaves. (I envy the careful coloring of red around your scalloped heart - wow!) Fantastic card. hugs, de

Barbara said...

Diane, this is just beautiful, so elegant. Well done! Hugs!

Verna Angerhofer said...

So very gorgeous and I love the spatters of glitter you added. That is a beautiful look!

Lisa said...

Absolutely stunning, Diane!! The flowers look amazing!! I love the embossing and the sparkle!! This is so gorgeous!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, my! Is this gorgeous or what? I've got to try the glitter splatter technique. Such a beautiful stamp, and extra lovely on your CAS card!

Darlene said...

This is gorgeous and thanks for sharing how you did the splatters! I'll have to try that ... looks AWESOME!

Judy Woodland said...

Just a beautiful card. Your coloring is superb, and that background die cut is just perfect. Thanks for the glitter splatter tip. I have done with before but forgot about it, thanks for the reminder. I did it one time with gold glitter and it was spectacular. I love the white even more.

alex said...

Thank you for sharing your lovely project with us at The Crafters Café, hope to see you again soon
{Crafters Cafe DT Member}
Alex x

Leanne Harris said...

A beautiful creation Diane and a fantastic step by step tutorial - I enjoyed reading that. Thank you so much for sharing this with us at Penny Black and More xxxx

TracyM #6773 said...

Saw your card on the SNS blog and had to drop by to say that it's SO BEAUTIFUL!
LOVE your hearts, LOVE your sparkling splatters too!
… I really need to try your glue splatter technique, adding SNS Brushable Glue to my shopping list :)

Daniela said...

Wonderful creation! Thanks for joining us at Penny Black & More and good luck!
x Daniela (DT)

Jeannie said...

Hi Diane! My goodness this is gorgeous. I enjoy seeing your tutorials and always learn something new. Thanks so much for joining my Power of Red blog challenge :)

Jeannie T.
Dragonfly Journeys