Valentine's Day is just around the corner but you still have time to make that special someone in your life a handmade card. I was recently at an Heirloom show in Grapevine, Texas and did a cute make 'n take at the Paper Cut booth. Of course I thought it needed a little "glitz" so I brought it home and altered it a little. :)
I covered the heart with WonderFilm and added Crystal Glitter Glitz to give it a lot of sparkle. I then used my Quickie Glue pen and White Pearl Glitter Glitz to add random dots on the background. As a final touch I outline the circle at the top with my Quickie Glue pen and added Black Glitter Glitz. Now my card has the sparkle it really deserves!
My son recently visited the Ft. Worth Stockshow and he got to take a couple of friends with him. They really had a great time and I wanted to create a page that reflected the day.
Sticky Paper (P K Glitz)
Amethyst and Gold Ritzy Ditzy Glitz (P K Glitz)
Chinese Firecracker E P Max (P K Glitz)
Crystal Glitter Glitz (P K Glitz)
Patterned Cardstock (Basic Grey)
Cardstock Stickers (Basic Grey)
Border Punch (Martha Stewart)
Mask (Tim Holtz)
Flower Die Cut (BGlad Papercrafts)
Embossing Ink (Ranger)
Self Adhesive Transparency (Grafix)
Have you tried our new Ritzy Ditzy Glitz? It now has color and is a fun way to add shimmer to your cardstock as well as texture. Before starting my layout, I placed a mask across the top third of my cardstock and spritzed with Ritzy Ditzy Glitz Gold and Amethyst then removed the mask to get this subtle design across the page. Next I punched a border from P K Glitz Sticky paper and embossed it using Chinese Firecracker E P Max.
To add a bit of sparkle to the title I pressed the letters into my embossing ink pad and added Chinese Firecracker E P Max before adhering to my layout.
For the flower, I die cut the bottom two layers from patterned cardstock then spritzed them with Gold Ritzy Ditzy Glitz. The third layer of the flower (white) was die cut from P K Glitz Sticky Paper and I added Crystal Glitter Glitz. The center of the flower is made using the Brad Technique. I used Chinese Firecracker E P Max for the center.
Where can you get all of these fabulous products? In our P K Glitz store of course! Just click on "Store" in the left hand column of the blog.