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Today’s Technique Lover Challenge on Splitcoast is the Sparkly Stained Glass Technique. Holly was sweet enough to give me a heads up so I could create a video for the tutorial.

For my Stained Glass piece I stamped the Rose stamp from Flourishes Beauty Within in Black Stazon on Transparency Sheets. I used Glossy Accents and Martha Stewart Glitter (tourmaline, kunzite, peridot, feldspar) to color the acetate on the back. I placed the Acetate glitter down on white cardstock and cut the image with Label 11 Nestabilities. The image was adhered to a black piece of cardstock with dimensionals. The black cardstock was cut and embossed with the Spades Pendant.

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The card base is a  4 1/4″ x 11″ piece of black cardstock folded in half. A black cardstock strip was cut and embossed with the Spades Borderabilities die and adhered under a 2 1/2″ x 4″ piece of Webster’s Pages paper. The strips were stitched to a 4″ x 5 1/4″ piece of another patterned paper piece from the Webster’s pages paper pack. Melissa Frances Lace was adhered over the edge of the horizontal strip, green silk ribbon was tied over that and the ribbon was topped with a button. The layers were attached to the card base with dimensionals.

The main images was adhered over the ribbon with dimensionals. A piece of black and white cardstock were cut and embossed with the Fancy Tag. The white piece was cut down to the oval. I stamped the sentiment from Beauty within on the oval with Tuxedo Black Memento ink and added the small rose over it with Spun Sugar Distress Ink. Latte Kaisercraft Pearls finish off the card front.

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For the inside of the card I cut and embossed another 4″ wide black strip with Spades Borderabilities and adhered it to a 1 3/4″ x 4″ wide strip of Webster’s Pages. The strip was stitched to a 4″ x 5 1/4″ white cardstock.

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.

23 Responses to “Video tutorial -Sparkly Stained Glass”

  1. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOH! This is GORGEOUS Miss Beate! I cannot wait to get home and try this!! LOVE!

  2. Absolutely stunning, Beate!! I love the colors and all the glitter. What a neat technique!

  3. Ohhhhhhh, that’s some glittery GOODNESS there, Beate! Mmmmm mmmmmm….love it!

  4. Fabulous, Beate! Love the acetate/glitter. Really looks like a sparkly stained glass window.

  5. What a stunning card! Love this look and your tutorial video makes it seem so much easier than I would have thought!

  6. What a beautiful card! Now to watch the video to learn how :)

  7. THis is absolutely gorgeous, Beate! WOW!

  8. Love this look! Thanks for the video

  9. I love what you did with this set Beate.. I watched your video and this is a fun technique.. Thanks so much for all you do for the stamping world.. Your videos are terrific..

  10. Great tutorial. Thanks for sharing. I get so inspired seeing your cards and love the insides of your cards.

    xo

  11. Beate, You always have a trick (technique) up your sleeve! LOL This card is gorgeous! I have a great collection of that MS glitter & it looks so pretty on my shelf – guess I better put it to good use & give this technique a try!

  12. I think I can make this one. I watched that video and I can see that it is not that hard to do. I know I can do it myself. Thank you for sharing that little tutorial video.

  13. Oooh what a fun technique! And I LOVE that ribbon, it looks like great ribbon. Can’t wait to try this technique though. Looks fun! Thanks for the tutorial!

  14. very pretty with all the sparkle, TFS!

  15. Wow, what a stunning card. I love the acetate idea. It makes the glitter just sparkle.
    Mary Ann

  16. Very pretty – awesome “window”. Thanks for the tutorial.

  17. wow! stunning, stunning glittery stain glass effect, Beate! so beautiful! off to watch the video! =)

  18. WOW! That stained glass image looks amazing! Oh, how I love glitter…

    Cindy

  19. This is gorgeous! The stained glass is lovely and the whole card is wonderful, especially with all the Spellbinders. I can only imagine how it looks in real life! You must have been wearing glitter for days! :-)

  20. This card is sooo dressy looking. I have acquired quite a collection of fine glitter now…you gave me a great idea. Thanks for all the fun or at least you make all look like fun!!

  21. Hi I would like to make this standglass card look can you tell me where I can but the rose stamp or is it a stamp???// where can I get the nesbitibet frame you was useing where can I but this ….thank you so very much //MaryRedford

    Mredford24@aol.com

  22. Wow…so gorgeous and sparkly!! I must give this technique a try sometime. Thanks for the wonderful tutorial Beate!!

  23. Thanks for showing this gorgeous technique!

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