Thursday, February 12, 2015

Shimmery ATC's

Happy Thursday!  I had the good fortune of meeting Stacey at the Tampa Stamp Fest this weekend, and was able to see her demo a sparkly technique- so just HAD to give it a go! I also stayed with the Sweet Stamps Pink/White plus one other color challenge for the Heart ATC.

 Sparkalicious!  I want to show you how this effect was achieved.

I used the Anti-static on my work surface. Apply the sticky tape to your ATC surface. I also used the Anti-static on the ATC stencil, then place it over the sticky side of the ATC.   Pour the Glitter over the top of the stencil, and use your finger to burnish it to the surface.
 This is what you will see when you remove the stencil.  Now, the white is sticky still, so apply glitter, Sugar beads or embossing powder to the surface and burnish that in as well.

 This background uses Cranberry wine Enamel EP, which I did add heat to, but you do not have to add heat.

This one has black EP and no heat.
On this one, I did add heat to melt the black EP- so it gives a shiny look to the EP.

Products I used from the Sweet Stamps Store:




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Shelly
 

3 comments:

Donna K said...

So much shimmery goodness Shelly! Love these. How fun that you got to meet Stacey too.

Bonnie Brown said...

Love all the glitz!! Looks like you had fun! Very beautiful! How fabulous to hook up with Stacey in Florida!!!

Sandy Fredrick said...

Two wonderful cards, love this technique and it looks awesome with the piccolos. Sweet!!