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I decided to go with a technique called the Split Negative. It's really quite easy and looks impressive when done. To get things started I cut snowflakes from page 21 of the Flower Market booklet. You have to cut a full snowflake of each paper so you end up being able to make two cards! Once the snowflakes were cut I lined them up on my Paper Trimmer to cut them in half. Then you make layers alternating the colors so they are opposite. HINT: it is easier to glue with Liquid Glass when layering to get other papers to stick to the glitter paper. I added a few sparkles and stamped the sentiments both inside and out.
If you don't have the Flower Market cartridge yet it would be a fantastic idea for a Christmas or Holiday gift! It would also make the paper crafter on your gift list very, very happy!
GUESS WHAT? We have a special offer for that! CYBER MONDAY starts at 1:00am CST and when you spend $30 on retail-priced product, you can buy one of our Cricut collections at 30% off!!!
All products are Close To My Heart:
--Cricut Flower Market
--Stamps: Very Merry, Merry Christmas
--Specialty Paper: Sea Glass Glitter Paper
--White Cards and Envelopes Value Pack
--Cardstock: Peacock, Sea Glass
--Exclusive Inks: Peacock
--Adhesive: Liquid Glass, E-Z Dots
--Sparkles: Clear, Bitty
If you need a consultant I'd be happy to help.
If you'd like to BE a consultant I can help with that, too!
Now it's time to hop over to Alyson Mayo's blog for more inspiration.
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