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Old 06-03-2004, 12:04 PM   #1
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How do you do the glitter puzzle technique? It looks awesome. Are all the circles stamps? I would love to know. Sandy
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Old 06-03-2004, 12:53 PM   #2
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Hello Sandy,
I had the same question a few agos and this is the message that JBlacer (Jenn), hope it helps.


I know right now Beate's up to her ears in glitter right now - she had to call in for reinforcements, lol - so I will reply. There are good instructions on the Fishy Friends card in Beate's gallery, also. We did that one with glitter and sand. Anyway:

- Run a 1/4 sheet of cardstock through your Xyron.

- Use craft knife or Coluzzle to cut a pattern on the Xyroned side. Don't remove the sticker backing yet! Try free form lines, circles, any shapes.

- Peel off sticker backing and apply glitter to each section separately. You'll want to press it in with your fingers, and clean it all off the sticker backing that remains on the card before you proceed to the next color of glitter.

- Keep on peeling and pouring and cleaning till entire 1/4 sheet is covered in glitter.

- Cut acetate (transparency sheet) to fit over glittered cardstock, and frame, mount as you wish.

- You can stamp on the acetate with Stazon, mount images directly on the transparency, do a floating image, the possibilities are endless.

- OOOH, Sparkly! By the way, *you* will be sparkly by this time, too!

If this is totally confusing, I apologize. But rest assured! Beate has created a technique tutorial for the Glitter Puzzle - It's in the works to be added to the resource link soon! (Right, Daven?)
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Old 06-03-2004, 01:57 PM   #3
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Thank you for letting me know.
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