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Last week I redid the Glitter Puzzle tutorial. At Ranger U, we got to play with a lot of Stampers Anonymous as well as Just For Fun Rubber stamps. I fell in love with this tree  from Just For Fun Stamps and had to it right away.

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My card base is a 4 1/4″ x 11″ piece of Dusty Durango cardstock folded in half.  The card front was sponged with Rusty Hinge, then stamped with the script and swirl from Mini Ornates in Walnut Stain Distress ink. The edges were sponged with Walnut ink.

For the main image I adhered a double sided adhesive sheet to cardstock, then cut it with Nestabilities Label 8. The glitter background was created with Martha Stewart glitter. The tree was stamped with Black Stazon. The sentiment was stamped with Walnut Stain ink on Neenah Solar White cardstock. It was punched out with a label punch from Stampin’ Up! It was sponged with Rusty Hinge and a bit of Walnut Stain Distress inks. The May Arts striped ribbon was attached with a Jump Ring through a Washer.

Here is a video for the visual learner:

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Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful day! Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

17 Responses to “Glitter Puzzle revisited”

  1. I see lots of glitter in my future!! LOVE this Beate! What stunning colors!!

  2. So pretty and I still need to try this!

  3. I really enjoyed todays video Beate! I am definitely going to try this!

  4. I really think this is beautiful. Can I just say “I’m a glitter girl”. Lovely!

  5. So cool!! I need to try that now. Thanks for sharing this technique with us.

  6. Oh what a fun and glorious technique. Love your beautiful card.

  7. Beate – this is such a cool technique – looks so great on your card. Thanks for all the inspiration.

    xo
    tina

  8. way cool technique!! gotta try that one, thanks for the wonderful video!! Hope you are doing well…nice to see you blogging so regularly again!

    Hugs,
    Jana (& Jack!)

  9. This is gorgeous, girl! I really need to try this technique!!! Your video will be so helpful!!

  10. this is stunning! I cant wait to try this out! I have just the stamp in mind! :)

  11. Thanks for sharing this technique can’t wait to try it

  12. I learn something new everytime you post Beate!!! Thank you for your inspiration and your fabulous videos!!

  13. Wow! This is such a neat technique! Definitely a must try! Awesome tutorials!

  14. Oh that is so cool, tfs!

  15. WOW, again…I just watched your tutorial…I so love this idea…and another must to try!!! Thanks for sharing, I so appreciate that!!! I think I need to get some of those pretty glitters now.

  16. Beate,
    Oh this is wonderful! I love it. Thank you so much for sharing this technique. One I really want to give a try. This is why your blog is one of my favs. You always have something fresh and new for us to try. Thank you for being such a inspiration.
    Blessings always,Phillane

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