Today is about her GO FOR THE GOLD free online class. You can check out all the details on her blog HERE.
I have 3-d molding paste that I added GOLD stickles to which worked... but first I tried adirondack gold mixative which turned it grey then I added some brusho yellow ochre, it did better.... got rid of the grey but was not very shiny, that is when I added the gold stickles, which made it gold and gave it that sparkly touch I wanted. I do plan to buy some of the products but I got inspired by her and wanted to make a card TODAY... LOL. So I used what I had. I was inspired by her card. 1. That it was so personal and 2. It gives a lasting impression as a keep sake. That is what I wanted to do with this card. Make a lasting impression for some lucky recipient on my Christmas Card List.. (probably a family member and you know they have to gush over what you do lol)
I created my background on the front of my card by using a large Hero Arts background stamp created by Lia Griffith and stamped it in Versa Magic chalk ink RED MAGIC is the name of the color.
I created a spinner card using the gold paste and a die cut by DEE's DISTINCTIVELY.
I created 2 bells one for each side. One side I took a stamp and stuck it in the paste. I took Sandy's advice and sprayed it with water first so it would come unstuck easier.
The other side I used a striped stencil
there are many youtube tutorials on making spinner cards.
Here is a peek at the inside... JINGLE BELLS stamp from Happy Little Stampers Mixed Christmas Sentiments.
I also want to link up to Less is More something shiny
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