Friday, October 16, 2015

Sparkle Flicker Background



 Hello Stampers 
   What a stamper have to do when 90% of here product are pack in box.... Well I will tell you all about it. Like I mention in the past month this move been a challenge with all the date change so I don't want to site and just look at box and wait for the time to go by so with this challenge I decided to keep going with what I have and for the card that I'm sharing today is kinda of funny.... The main card I didn't stamp it was a card that I got in a swap at Founder Circle done by Lee C and I wanted to show the sparkle flicker technique and I couldn't find a stamp that I wanted so I use Lee card and took it a part ***the card was beautiful the way it was but I needed a card base and her card was just what I needed so in the video you will see me taking the card apart and then I did the technique and re assemble the card. You can find the video on my blog or My You Tube Channel. I love this technique, I learn this at convention last summer. Again my picture is no justice to this card. 
Well my friends this is it for now till next time Happy Stamping. 



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France Martin
France Martin

So in short I'm a child of God, a wife, a mom, sister (4 girls in my family no brother but many brother in law), love the outdoor and YES a Stampin'Up! demo of 13 plus years and still counting. That is me in a nut shell.

2 comments:

  1. Neat idea. I like your video...never would have thought about adding water and glue to create a background...really neat.

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  2. Neat idea. I like your video...never would have thought about adding water and glue to create a background...really neat.

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