For today's post, I thought I'd share an alternate way to do the "Double Glitter" Technique. It is perfect for those who love the sparkle of glitter but also the shading and detail coloring you get with markers. It also adds some dimension to your project which is hard to achieve with the traditional Double Glitter technique.
|LG688 Dogwood, Glitter, Translucent Paste and Alcohol Markers|
- I began by first cutting a piece of Dreamweaver's Double-sided Mounting Paper to size and adhering it to a black piece of cardstock cut 1/8" larger than the DSMP.
- Next I removed the top liner and adhered Ranger Diamond Dry Stickles Glitter all over the DMSP and burnished it well.
- Using translucent paste and Dreamweaver's LG688 Dogwood stencil shown here:
- I pasted embossed the Dogwood over the glittered mat. Once that was dry (and translucent!!!), I realigned the CLEAN stencil back over the pasted image and colored with alcohol markers.
- Because the paste was translucent, the shimmer of the glitter comes through. I only wish my photography skills were better so you could actually seen how stunning this is in person.
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