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Bounce Glitter Technique by Diane


Hi, Diane with you today with an interesting technique and an interesting outcome called 

'Glitter/Bounce Sheet' technique.

 For this card I used one of the new April stamp sets

'Christmas Holly Blessings', but let me tell you how I put it all together.

First start with a very used bounce sheet, the more used the better.

You want it to lie perfectly flat, so you might have to give a quick ironing on a cool setting.

Next spray the bounce sheet with a spray adhesive.

Stick your bounce sheet (spray side up) on a piece of designer paper, pressing down smoothly over the piece of paper.  Then simply add your clearest glitter you have.  I used Cloud Nine glitter on my paper.

Trim the edges off your paper to the size you want.  add this to a card stock base attaching with 1/4"Tear-ific  Tape on all four sides, then sprinkling with Aztec Gold pretty!

It just gives  nice sparkle-y and snowy look to the background!

Die cut a circle using Tutti Designs Stitched Nesting Circles,

then stamping the image with Versamark and embossing with Gold Detail embossing powder.

I did the same with the single Holly image, but this time fussy cutting it with Tonic 5" mini scissors.

Both images were colored with Copics.

I stamped the sentiment on a Tutti Designs Stitched Nesting Rectangle once again with Versamark and embossed with the Gold Detail embossing powder.

Have fun trying this and creating a 'Bounce/Glitter sheet of your own!






Tammy L on April 30 2017 at 09:14PM

I have wanted to try a card with the dryer sheet but been too scared of all that sticky spray glue! I am wondering if our gold flakes will work on those edges too? I am gonna give this one a try for sure!!
Tammy L

Karen Letchworth on April 23 2017 at 09:36AM

I always enjoy Diane’s fabulous cards, and this one is no exception. Stunning gold bounce glitter technique, and a lovely stamp set as well. Thanks for all the great inspiration here on the Sparkle n Sprinkle Blog.
Karen Letchworth

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