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Sunday, July 06, 2008

Glitter Window Technique Page

If you are following along this is page 6 of the "Technique Book." To view the other pages you can click here. And also if you were following along you will know that I am making extra pages so when my blog reaches 500,000 hits I will be giving away one of my "Technique Books" all done in sleeves and a handmade cover that you can either keep as is or put in you own 6" x 6" album! Plus I always toss in extra things as the blog candy random drawing is going on!

So back to this page. This is the "Glitter Window" technique. It's a very simple technique and adds a lot to a card or scrapbook page.

To do this technique you will need clear wide packaging tape and dazzling diamonds glitter.

You will make the windows of your card or page by using punches or the Coluzzle Cutting System. Once your holes are done take the smaller hole and place the tape over the back side of it. Sprinkle it with the Dazzling Diamonds glitter and tap any excess off. You can place your image eight on top or behind the glitter. The page shows both. You can stamp directly on your page and add the window on top or you can make your window and cut out a piece to set on top. Either way is cute and fun! Be sure to give this one a try, it's very simple and SO cute. My favorite stamps to use with this technique are snowman stamps. I stamp my snowman and put the window on top so it looks like it's a snowy day! SO cute!!!

Thank you SO much for visiting,


Unknown said...

If that isn't the niftiest way to put the glitter on...never would have thought of something like that. Great technique page! Thanks

ChrissyM said...

I love your technique book! All I can say is WOW and I hope I win it!

Unknown said...

I love glitter windows, this book is going to be great!

Daisydaze said...

Thank you for putting these together for us...great tips and reference sheets.

Prayers for your MIL - wishing all of you the best.

Anonymous said...

This is really pretty and I really like the butterfly on the outsdie of the glitter. The one on the inside sort of looks like stained glass. You did a good job. TFS