Stamping on Glitter

Hello stampers.

Today I have a card up on the Paper Crafts Connections blog showing how to stamp on glitter. Yes, it is possible! Be sure to head THERE to read a bit about how it is done.

Here is another idea using this technique, but with a different spin…

First, I covered white cardstock with a piece of Be Creative Tape Sheet (double sided adhesive). I then sprinkled on Warm Highlight Glitter Ritz Micro Fine Glitter and burnished it (rubbed well) with a bone folder. This presses the glitter in good, making it look like shiny velvet and also keeping it from rubbing off. (It really does work! Love this glitter – it is unique!) Because it is micro fine, it gets very smooth and subtle. Lovely.

I then stamped the new Paper Smooches fire image on top of the glitter with Jet Black Archival Ink and added coloring with Copic Markers. When using Copics on this glitter, I just kinda dab the tip to color and it blends quickly and easily when you add other colors. If you color back and forth too much it may bleed a bit. But if it does? No worries. Just “erase” the extra color with your colorless blender. You can also use Sharpies for this coloring, too.

Looks so cool in real life.

The background is the Neenah Desert Storm kraft cardstock – such a great subtle color that looks good as a backdrop for bold colors. And I embossed it with THIS great embossing folder.

Again, be sure to head HERE to the Paper Crafts blog for another glitter card idea. See you soon.


 

43 CommentsCards, Paper Crafts, Paper Smooches

  1. Heidi

    Beautiful card.

  2. Was just over at Paper Crafts Blog and had to swing by here too – love that fun fire image! Once again you’re enabling – ahhh! More cool goodies to buy! :)

  3. Sue D

    Very cool technique and a smokin’ hot card!

  4. Lovely card!!! I absolutely LOVE the look of this technique….can’t wait to try it out!

  5. Your card is smokin’ hot!!! Love it. I will definitely have to try this technique! Off to check out the post on PC.

  6. Elaine Allen

    What a great idea Jennifer! I would never have thought to stamp on glitter. Thanks for tutorial.

    Elaine Allen

    P.S. Really looking forward to Stretch your Stamps, signed up already!

  7. Wonderful card! Love the stamping on glitter and the coloring with copics. SO pretty.

  8. Carol Perry

    What a great card. Never have thought of stamping over glitter. Love that stamp set too!
    How’s your little bundle of joy doing? She’s a cuddle bug for sure.

  9. Sandi N.

    Great bug bear hugs!!! This card is so cute!

  10. Sandi N.

    Sorry that was “big” not bug. Shut the door on my finger. What a klutz I am!

  11. THAT is adorable!

  12. This is just too cool!

  13. SUper CUTE card!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

  14. Marie

    LOVE this card!! I would have never tried stamping on glitter – too risky (or so I thought…..LOL!!) Give that darling baby an extra snuggle!!

  15. Helen

    I love how your mind works! You always come up with such original ways to use old supplies. I really just love it. Thanks for sharing!

  16. Oh love, love the paper smooches stamps! Stamping on glitter…what will they think of next?!:)

  17. Tona

    LOve your card!

  18. Sarah M

    Amazing cards, both here and over on the PC website! I’ve really gotta give this a try!

  19. Pai

    Love! (and I can’t believe you’re already up and back in full action! )

  20. Julie Haedtke

    Too Smokin Hot!!! Great Card!

  21. kathy/NorthCarolina

    Your ability to innovate never ceases to amaze me! Fabulous!

  22. Thanks so much again for sharing this technique!! You have me so inspired to try it and this week may be the week. I think I finally have ALL the supplies that I need to at least give it a try !! Now, to pick out a cute image and DO IT!!

    PS: Nice to see you blogging…I’m sure it’s hard to be away from Baby Lila and Colin for long…what a wonderful family!! HUGS!!!!!!!!

  23. Fun…love love this card Jennifer. This sure would keep my girls busy a few days during summer break…they loooove glitter:)

  24. Deb Lorence

    Love both of your cards Jennifer! This is such a cool technique. How about a video tutorial?

  25. Laura

    This is such a great technique! You mentioned that you can do it with Sharpies as well as Copics. Could you also use markers like Memento or Stampin Up? Thanks.

  26. This is such a cute card Jennifer! Love that technique. Will definitely have to give it a try now :)

  27. Very cool technique! Ill have to try it!

  28. You know how I love glitter — but I gotta tell ya, this card takes it to a whole new level! LOVE!!! Gotta try this! xo

  29. Beth W

    That is so cool-I can’t wait to give it a try!

  30. super fun technique and love your fab cards, Jennifer! thanks so much for sharing!

  31. Super fun and cool technique! Love your cards!

  32. Saw the other one of the PC blog, this is adorable too! AND SHUT THE FRONT DOOR – u can Copic color on glitter too??!!! A Must Try technique.. thanks for enabling ;)

  33. janet Wilson

    Eeek, what a tremendous technique – I do love glitter, especially those micro fine ones – this is a definite “try it” for me – thank you. :D

  34. You are so very clever! I love your techniques and creative style! Thanks for yet another fabulous idea!

  35. MLO

    What a wonderful technique! I am going to have to try this as soon as possible! What a wonderful giveaway!

  36. I can’t believe colouring on glitter is so… effective, vibrant, detailed – take ur pick! I was really expecting u to say u’d mixed coloured glitter (ok maybe I didnt think that thought all the way through, lol)

  37. I am speechless… this is SO FANTASTIC!!

  38. Julie in Edmonds

    I saw this glitter at my LSS the other day. Great technique and wonderful card, Jennifer.

  39. love love love this technique!! will have to show it in a class at some point

  40. Lisa Bergen-Wilson

    Super fun colors! I have so many new stamps from Simon Says Stamps and I would love to win the neon inks to try them out! Thanks, Jennifer, for all the great cards and ideas!! I made the “Oh Happy Day” card last weekend and loved it!

  41. Karina

    would this work with Tombow markers too? or just copic and sharpies?

    Thanks! Love this idea!

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