Glitter adds an elegant and rich touch to any simple or detailed project. In this case, these simple cards are dressed up with a touch of beautiful glitter. I love the vintage glass glitter and how chunky it is. It really stands out in any project. If you make a set of these cards, they make a beautiful gift. So let me share the ‘how to’ with you on these easy but elegant cards.
Fiskars Paper Trimmer
Fiskars XLarge Seal of Approval Squeeze Punch
Printed Monogram Letters
Vintage Glass Glitter
Art Glitter Designer Dries Clear Adhesive
Art Glitter Ultrafine Metal Tip
Double sided Patterned Paper (two styles that work well together)
Print off the desired monograms using a fancy font.
Using the Fiskars Seal of Approval Squeeze Punch, punch out the monogram letters.
With the Ultrafine Metal tip, place Art Glitter Designer Dries Clear Adhesive where you desire the glitter.
Sprinkle with glitter and remove excess. I used four different colors . . . a different color for each card. I used #615 Thistle, #604 Ultramarine, #602 Floragold, and #612 Golden Glow.
Next cut your patterned paper into a 5 ¼ inch by 4 inch rectangle and adhere to the front side of your card (white cardstock rectangle).
Next cut a 2 ½ inch square from patterned paper and adhere to the center of your card.
Next adhere your Monogrammed Scalloped Circle to the center of the 2 ½ inch square with a Pop Dot.
Add rhinestones and lace with Art Glitter Designer Dries Clear Adhesive. Create a set of 4 or 6 cards to give as a lovely elegant personalized card set.
Note . . . try different combinations of your double sided patterned paper and different textures too. In this case I used flocked cardstock by GCD Studios which is also double sided. The other side is a patterned paper with a linen feel. Oh so lovely! So I used two pieces of patterned paper total.
Lastly, tie with a ribbon or put in a pretty recycled box and give as a gift to you or someone else. Enjoy!
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