I made my video showing how to spritz Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper
to change the colour and I have to say it’s one of my favourite videos.
Before I made this video, I made a second card using the same technique,
which is something I always do.
It’s a bit like doing revision before
an exam but much more fun!
I hadn’t planned for the
Crumb Cake flowers but when I had completed the card, I said I felt it
was rather pale and needed something.
If you watch the video, please let me know if you agree that this card
needed these flowers.
I used the half inch circle punch to round odd the
ends of the Congratulations.
To a certain extent, I think the Real Red Glimmer
Paper actually looks a bit pink.
I think I need to play with this punch technique!
Island Indigo – this is the card I made before I made the video and I
was exceptionally pleased with how it turned out.
The blue Glimmer
Paper would be ideal for a new baby boy card.
In fact, this card would make a
great new baby card – it just needs a change of sentiment!
I thought it was going
to be my favourite out of all four cards but it isn’t – I love them all!
I shall definitely be ordering more Spritzer bttles soon, so I can play
with other colours.
rubbing alcohol to make my spritzers because the cardstock dries
quicker, but it does have a smell and I don’t think it should be used in
a confined space!
It doesn’t have a warning on the bottle but it’s
definitely one of those smells.
Before I started
the video, I tried moving the camera so I could get it on the screen,
but it was just too big!
I think that’s about it
I’m off to the hairdressers this morning, so until tomorrow, happy