I love playing with glitter…it’s one of my favorite things to use…and it works perfectly with the Sticky Cuts line of products…this is a page I created using both of those items and more of my favorite things…rub-ons.
On this page I wanted to create some dimension so decided to try putting the flower rub-ons onto a piece of acetate window sheet, cut them out and attach them to the page using Dimensionals in the center of each – it worked SO well – I was delighted with the effect and there is a close-up photo of those flowers at the bottom of this post :-)
I used a piece of Textured Pink Pirouette cardstock for the base and cut a piece of DSP from Flock Together to mat onto it.
I took the rub-ons from the Planter Box pack (pg 173) and rubbed the stems onto the piece of DSP. I then attached a piece of Whisper White Taffeta around the page and secured it with tape to the back – I tied two pieces at the base of each stem to highlight them. I matted my 5″ x 7″ photograph onto a piece of Shimmery White cardstock and adhered it to the page using Dimensionals.
I rubbed the flowers onto a piece of acetate – also known as Window Sheets – that you can find on pg 10 of the Occasions Mini Catalog – and cut them out using Paper Snips. I then attached a Dimensional to the center of each on the back and adhered them to the page for a clean look. I attached a flower button from Button Latte (pg 176) into the center of each using a glue dot – I love the 3-d look to them :-)
I took the word ‘sweet’ from Sticky Cuts Sweet and removed the top side of the backing paper onto which I sprinkled pink glitter – I left the white backing on each letter as I find it gives more depth of color when you add glitter to these sticky items – and I attached each letter to the page using Tombow Mono Glue.
At the bottom of the page, I attached a strip of DSP and onto it a piece of Shimmery White cardstock that I had printed my wording on using my PC – I shaped the bottom edge using my Scallop Edge Punch and a Paper Piercing Tool. Finally I added a pink button from Button Bouquet – isn’t it cute? :-)