To make my glittery flowers, I stamped my flowers and leaf onto acetate with Stazon ink. On the back side, I used my sakura quickie glue pen to put down glue and sprinkled with shades of glitter. When they were dry, I trimmed them out of the acetate. Stamped the sentiment on my card, glued down my glitter flowers. By putting the glitter on the back, the flowers are still sparkly but they shed a lot less glitter. (This might be called a stained glass technique, but don't quote me on that.)
Date: Saturday, November 2, 2013 GMT Views: 136
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Thu, Nov 14, 2013 @ 6:49 AM
A quickie glue pen - that sounds like a great way to try this technique. I've usually used Glossy Accents which involves a lot of drying time in between colours. Now I think I want to have another go at this!