Glitter Trees

Hello.

Today I have a simple card using the newest Paper Smooches set, Spring Groves. Such a fun set. (It was just released today – you can get it HERE.)

For the trees, I used what I call the “good glitter.” This glitter goes on well and stays put – definitely better than opening a card and having glitter everywhere…

To do the trees, I put strips of the two-sided tape (see thumbnails below for links) on white cardstock. I then removed the release tape and added green Glitter Ritz. Using my thumbnail, I burnished it on, pressing it into the adhesive. This glitter is so fine and high quality that it gives a velvety look after doing this… and stays put. I then stamped the tree tops onto the glitter with Staz-On. I did the same process for the brown trunks. It is so eye-catching in real life – I highly recommend trying it.

I will be using this more in the future and sharing here. And I show it is action in the A Cut Above class that starts on Monday the 16th.

Speaking of which…


Just a reminder that our newest online class starts tomorrow – A Cut Above. It is all about die cutting and is overflowing with information. For more information, head over to HERE.

 

Paper Smooches Geographic Stamp Set (SSS|EH)

 

 

Paper Smooches Simply Said Stamp Set (EH|SSS)

 

 

 

Glitter Ritz Latte Microfine Glitter (SSS|EH)

 

 

Glitter Ritz Grasshopper Microfine Glitter (SSS|EH)

 

 

Sookwang Tape (SSS|EH)

 

 

Hero Arts Pool Notecards (SSS|EH)

 

 

Hero Arts Pool Shadow Ink (SSS|EH)

 

 

 

29 CommentsCards, Paper Smooches

  1. these glitter-trees are so striking and fabulous!

    wonderful card!

    hugs and kisses from germany,
    silvi xoxo

  2. Carol McCready

    Love the card. Looking forward to class.

  3. Oh, looove this card!! The glitter is perfect and the trees so pretty!!! Gorgeous!
    Hugs, Wendy

  4. Amazing card. I love it!

  5. The “good” glitter! I love it. That expression made me laugh. It’s like the good china, you break it out for special occasions. I have been getting rid of my B-list glitter though. Once I’d tried the good stuff, the not-so-good stuff just frustrates me, even though it looks so pretty in its bottles. I’ve recently gotten hooked on Art Institute Glitter, which is like the really good china, not the wedding china, but the inherited from great-grandmother china. :-)

  6. Lin

    Such a fun card!! LOVE that green glitter! Grasshopper is a perfect name for it!

  7. Aundria B.

    What a cute card for spring! The chevron border at the bottom is a nice touch too. Thank you for sharing this.

  8. Ooh-ooh!!! *monkey clapping* Love these sparkly trees against all that white space!!! So WOW!

  9. Mary

    Wow- can’t wait to try this!

  10. Very cute. Love the Paper Smooches and the glitter. I gotta try some of that.

  11. So cute!! To me, it’s like the perfect embellishment. Nothing else needed! You definitely sold me on your description of how nice this glitter is – have added them all to my SS wish list ;)

  12. love your shimmery trees! fab card, Jennifer!

  13. Maryann

    Wonderful card. I just love glitter, and I use loads of it. Would like to know, what you mean with “good glitter” thoug?? It sure put a smile on my face to read it ha ha ha.

  14. Oh wow, that looks gorgeous!

  15. Jamie Greene

    Cute card!

  16. Jan

    How cute! I’ve never heard of this type of glitter, but I do have a nice type, have you heard of or used Art Institute glitter? I’ve never tried smooshing it into the tape tho, so will try that! thx. HAPPY DAY!

  17. janet Wilson

    Love the pretty glittery trees :) Great tip too!! Okay, off to class I go!!

  18. barbara lassiter

    Really cute and thanks for the tip. I love those Paper Smooches stamps!

  19. Sue D

    Great technique with this glitter.

  20. Diana F

    Lovely card, thanks for sharing. Since you mentioned A Cut Above, did you ever announce the winners of the three spots you had for that class? I hadn’t seen anything and was just wondering.

  21. Love these glitter trees! What a great card.

  22. Super cute card Jennifer. I used one of your chevron cards as inspiration on my blog post yesterday. I gave you credit and a link back to your blog. Thank you for all your wonderful inspiration. I really appreciate it:)

  23. Darling card, Jennifer, and I’m so loving A Cut Above – what a great class!

  24. Even prettier in real life! Hugs.

  25. Stamping after glittering sounds like a great idea! TFS!

  26. Loly Borda

    Cute card, I rarelu use glitter as it’s so messy but i think I’ll try this oe using the 2 sided sticky tape. BTW who won the giveaway for the class? I couldn’t find that info. thanks for sharing.
    Loly

  27. Loly Borda

    Thanks for your immediate answer. wow.:)

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