Art Glitter Sticky Paper
Art Glitter Body Glue
Art Glitter 175 Retro Red Ultrafine Pearescent Glitter
Art Glitter 278 Poppy Ultrafine Opaque Glitter
Art Glitter 47 Vine Ultrafine Opaque Glitter
280 Lime Rind Ultrafine Opaque Glitter
Press n' Seal cling wrap
Cricut or Silhouette Machine or other digital cutter
1. Chose a design. I chose a shape from the Cricut Elegant Cakes Cartridge that looked like a sandal shape to me (triangular).
2. Place the Art Glitter Sticky paper on the cutting mat with the peel away backing on top and the sticky portion on the bottom of the mat.
4. Remove the portions of the design that will be glittered from the mat, leaving any center detail items on the mat. See photo above
5. Place the Press n' Seal cling wrap over the image rubbing it over the design being sure to adhere it to all of the inner pieces of the design. You only need this step if your design has floating pieces in the center of the image.
6. Carefully remove the design and inner pieces from the mat by pulling the Sticky paper and Press n' Seal together. Your finished piece should look like the photo below.
7. Clean your foot or other area of skin for body glue with rubbing alcohol and allow to dry.
7. Trim your design so that there is a 1/2" border around the image and it will stick to your body curves easily. Remove the peel away backing from the Art Glitter sticky paper, use a paper piercer for the smaller portions of the design.
9. Apply the Art Glitter Body Glue and spread glue across your custom stencil and allow to dry for 30 seconds. Less is more, and your glue should be clear when dry.
10. Using a soft brush, rub glitter across the image. Painting with the colors to get the look you want. I wanted my flowers red and my vines and leaves green. I started with the darker glitters and then moved to the lighter colors. DO NOT use any of the glass glitters for this project!
11. Peel away custom stencil and brush off excess glitter.
HERE. Art Glitter has stencils for those who don't have digital cutters.
You can find more of my work at my blog HERE.