Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Glittery Christmas Deer

I just love some of the new stamp/die bundles in the Stampin' Up! Holiday catalog. Two of my favorites are the Christmas Pines/Pretty Pines bundle and the Santa's Sleigh bundle. A few days ago, I spotted a gorgeous card on Pinterest by an amazing stamp artist named Deepti Malik. I just knew I had to CASE it! Below is my version of her beautiful card using Stampin' Up! products. 

A little tip: I realized I was out of Gold Glimmer Paper and really wanted the deer to be glittery. I simply took a piece of cardstock and tapped Versamark all over it. Then I embossed that piece of card stock with Heat & Stick Powder and applied Gold Stampin' Glitter to the sticky surface. When I do this to make my own Glimmer Paper, I take an ordinary piece of scrap typing paper and fold it in half, put the glittered piece of paper inside the folded piece and I run my bone folder all over it to make sure all the glitter is stuck as well as it can be, then I shake off the excess glitter. Voila! My own Glimmer Paper. At that point, I used the deer die to cut out the shape. For this card, I also applied Heat & Stick Powder to stamped splatters (using a stamp from Gorgeous Grunge) and applied Gold Stampin' Glitter to the splatters. Somehow during the "glittering", I have ended up with it on my face and clothes. Funny, it doesn't seem to need the Heat & Stick Powder for that. Ha!

Supply list:

Click here to see everything the Holiday Catalog has to offer. 

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As always, let me know if you have any questions about the project or the products used. Thanks for visiting my blog.

Artfully Yours,


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