Wednesday, October 29, 2014

VIDEO Tip: Glittered Image with Ornamental Pine

Video Tip for Glittered ImageThis is one of my favorite cards in my October Stamp of the Month Club series featuring the Ornamental Pine stamp set from the Stampin' Up! 2014 Holiday Catalog. My favorite part is the sparkle! And I have a tip to share that will make adding glitter to your stamped image super easy! Check out my video below!

Stampin' Up! Ornamental Pine Card + VIDEO Tip for Glittered Images
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Use the Transfer Adhesive Sheets to add glitter to your stamped image! It's easy! Watch my quick video tip to learn how.
  1. Stamp your image on cardstock and punch out, if desired.
  2. Peel pack Transfer Adhesive Sheet backing. Place stamped image face down on adhesive sheet.
  3. Pull cardstock up to transfer the adhesive to the stamped cardstock.
  4. Apply Dazzling Diamonds glitter and tap off the excess.
It's not too late to join my Stamp of the Month Club and get the Ornamental Pine stamp set and card kit to make the cards shown in the video. Click here for details.

Stampin' Up! Supplies: Ornamental Pine stamp set, Early Espresso ink & cardstock, Garden Green ink & cardstock, Under the Tree Designer Paper Stack, Whisper White cardstock, Top Note Die, 2-1/2" Circle Punch, Transfer Adhesive Sheets, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter

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Featured Stamp Set for October: Ornamental Pine 

1 comment:

Michelle Gleeson said...

Julie thank you for the video. I have never used nor seen anyone else use the adhesive transfer sheets. I was using spray adhesive with my dazzling diamonds. While I loved the result I did not like the process therefore I limited its use. Thank you, thank you for enlightening me!