Sunday, February 5, 2012
This is a better shot of the different sizes ranging from 1/8 to 1" plus a sheet of Scor-tape. Now the sheet was not used in the card I will show you but I have used it on other cards. Using a Martha Stewart chain punch I punched out a strip to use on a card. Because Scor-tape is double sided this gave me a wonderful boarder strip that I could apply to CS and then left off the remaining backing to add fine glitter to.
These are little cards with beautiful pictures on them and lovely Christian sayings on the back. This card is not covered with Scor-Tape while the remaining 2 have been. Sorry that the pictures don't seem in order but this is how I went about making the card. I tend to get everything ready before assembling them.
Using 2 different sizes of Scor-tape and a rule I placed lines on the card. Here you can also see I removed one of the tape sides and applied fine glitter. Using fine paint brush I brush off all the glitter from the card to keep it nice and clean. I also plan on trying with with flocking and chunky glitter.
Here I have removed all the tape and used 2 different colours of fine glitter. The glitter is quite expensive so I will be checking out my local Dollar store as I know they have fine glitter. In fact just before Christmas I cleaned out my scrap room and tossed a ton of glitter I bought there LOL. Little did I know I would need it. With this design I used a opaque glitter.
This is a close up shot of the card with the Scor-tape on it with backing removed. Sorry about the shine but that is the flash reflecting off the tape.
Then using a translucent opal colour glitter I covered the picture. Of course shaking off the excess.
Here is the picture once covered, I love the fact my camera picked up the shimmer of the glitter. It is very pretty IRL.
Here is the finished card which I added the crocheted lace too and wrote the little saying that was on the back of the card. "Because my Saviour cares for me, I will care for others."
Other ideas, you can cut out a strip of Scor-tape and then punch out shapes in the the strip so that you can layer and use 2 or more different colours of glitter. I hope to have one of these to show you shortly. Also there is adhesive stamp glue that you could also use this way, instead of colouring with Copics or other mediums use glitter for colour. The ideas I am sure are endless. I am also going to try weaving the different size tape on a card to make the colours look like they are weaved together.
Thanks for looking and I love all the wonderful comments you leave. Have a most wonderful weekend and God Bless.