Glitter Zig Zags

Hello.

Yesterday I shared a glitter tree card. Today? Same glitter but with chevrons. Yes, you will be seeing lots of fun techniques with this awesome glitter in the future. (And also in my A Cut Above class.) I normally am not a glitter person, but the way this looks like glitter velvet after it goes on is something I just love.

I also am just loving THESE new chevron zig zag dies from My Favorite Things. So fun…

Simple simple simple.

To create those zig zags, I covered some white cardstock with the double sided tape and then die cut it. After removing the release paper, I added glitter. To make the glitter turn velvety and stay put, I just rubbed it firmly with a bone folder. Fun, huh? Used some clear foam tape to pop them up.

HERE are the dies I used. I have a fun window card video coming up soon that will show these dies in a different way…

See you soon…

Below are the supplies used for this card. To find them at Simon Says Stamp, click on the SSS below the thumbnails. For Ellen Hutson, click on EH

 

Paper Smooches Geographic Stamp Set (SSS|EH)

 

 

 

Glitter Ritz Latte Microfine Glitter (SSS|EH)

 

 

Glitter Ritz Grasshopper Microfine Glitter (SSS|EH)

 

 

Glitter Ritz Ocean Spray Microfine Glitter (EH|SSS)

 

 

Sookwang Tape (SSS|EH)

 

 

Hero Arts Black Dye Ink (SSS|EH)

 

 

 

Hero Arts Pool Notecards (SSS|EH)

 

 

28 CommentsCards, Die Cutting, Lawn Fawn

  1. love the glittery zig zaggy goodness! I have that clear foam tape on my wish list. Is there really a difference with that vs regular foam tapes and pop dots?

  2. I am doing soomething similar in design but with washi tape.

  3. Cynthia B.

    Love glitter. Love chevrons. Thanks for the tips!

  4. So fun, is right! Love your glittery zig zags, Jennifer! :)

  5. Oh, I never thought of rubbing it with a bone folder o_O I rubbed it with my finger… got glitter EVERYWHERE and just gave up and stopped rubbing =P

  6. So glad your using and loving glitter ritz since it’s Canadian! :> It’s been here for a long time and your making me want to dig some out. The most popular use of it here I see is over a picture looks neat! Hope your feeling great these days!

  7. Carol McCready

    Love the glitter zig zag.

  8. Maryann

    Your card looks soo great. I am a glitterperson, I must admit, so this is just so me and I really love, how you keep your cards soo simple and easy always and anyway makes them look like a million.

  9. JeanD

    Jennifer you have such flair with everything, don’t think I’ve seen a card of yours I didn’t like.

  10. I knew I NEEDED chevron dies! Thanks for helping me spend my money! Ha ha! This card is wicked AWESOME!

  11. Jamie Greene

    I love the zig zag die! Cute card:)

  12. Love the glittery Zig Zag. Thanks for sharing this technique Jennifer. I just tried it with my daughter on a scor-tape.

  13. Lin

    Love how this turned out, Jennifer! The glitter colors are beautiful!

  14. janet Wilson

    Definitely loving the glitter – I anticipate a huge glitter revival, anytime now :)
    I have some other branded glitter, which is incredibly fine – Barbara Trombley’s – Art Glittering System!

    Thank you, Jennifer :)

  15. Carol Metully

    I’m not usually a glitter lover but you’ve changed my way of thinking. Loved the card yesterday and now this one…well, I think I need to get some glitter now!

  16. Tona

    The chevrons look great all glittered up.

  17. Sue D

    Very fun–love the glittery zig zags.

  18. Marilyn C. Lojek

    The glitter is one of my favorites to use. I am not a fan of the regular glitter because I end up wearing it as does everything in my studio. Add my vote for this being the best glitter around (burnishing it is the trick).

  19. Deepa

    Like the glitter zig zags. Simple & lovely card.

  20. The combo of the glitter and the zig zags = Gorgeous card with lots of sparkle! Love it and can’t to learn more about it in class! :)

  21. I normally don’t like glitter, but I’m looking forward to trying this! Hugs.

  22. barbara lassiter

    Wow! Those zig zags seem to be a major trend right now. Love this jazzed up version with the glitter. I’ve never used much glitter but this is super!

  23. Very fun cool technique! Those chevrons are sweet!

  24. Mary-Anne V.

    Wow the glitter really makes the zig zag to pop! Very nice.

  25. Gorgeous! Nice technique. I hadn’t thought of using the bone folder to help adhere the glitter…great idea!

  26. Marla H.

    Love Mft dies and those chevrons are very fun!!

  27. I love glitter. I put it on almost every project I make. Whether it is loose glitter or my all time favorite Stickles. ! :)

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