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Friday, August 19, 2011

Sparkly Stained Glass Video Tutorial



Today I have a video tutorial showing you step by step how to create this Sparkly Stained Glass look on your cards and scrapbook pages.   I think once you try it, you will be hooked.  It is fast becoming one of my favorite techniques and look for cards.   Images were stamped using StazOn Black ink.   Stampin' Up! also has StazOn white ink (info below).

One thing I forgot to mention in my video ... when you go to adhere this window sheet to your card, be sure to use sticky strip.   Pulling across the tissue paper area with SNAIL can cause it to rip.

If you are reading this blog entry via e-mail, you will need to return to my blog to view the video tutorial.



Stampin' Up! Products Used:
Dazzling Diamonds, item #102023
Window Sheets, item #114323 (2 sheets 12" x 12")
StazOn cleaner, item #109196
StazOn - Jet Black Ink Pad, item #101406
StazOn - Jet Black Ink Refill, item #102566
StazOn - White Pad & Refill, item #106960
Classic Ink Refill Colors of your choice
Sticky Strip, item #104294


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Mary Director
Stampin' Up! Senior Supervisor, Independent Demonstrator & Creative Coach
http://marydirector.stampinup.net
Stampin' Up! -- Discover Your Creativity
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4 comments:

Louise Dahlgren said...

I love the new idea of creating more color to cards with new techniques using glue, glitter, and the inks. It is possible to get this to be able to print the directions? I will put this into my favorites but it is difficult to watch when my craft room is in the next room. Thanks, Louise

KreatesKards said...

Louise, no printed tutorial at this point. Thank you for asking tho.

Susan Vilar said...

Mary,
I make the sparkly stained glass this afternoon - just waiting for the glue to dry and clear up to see the actual effects. They already look GREAT! :)
They will post on my blog on August 5th. :)

Mary Director said...

Susan, can't wait to see your finished results. It is such a fun technique to do. Mary

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