Hello! It's Jennifer back on the blog to share a fun, easy card I created with the Wine Glasses Chipboard Embellishment Shapes! And I'm going to show you the technique I used to make my project!
Slim cards are the hot trend right now so I wanted to create one using a 12x12 Acrylic Sheet. I cut a piece of cardstock 1/2 x 8.5 inches scoring to create a flap for my acrylic. I cut the acrylic sheet to 3.25 x 8.5 inches. I then selected alcohol ink in purple and applied with an applicator to the front of the acrylic sheet. I then dropped gold and silver mixatives onto the surface and allowed to dry.
Next, I clipped the Wine Glasses Chipboard Embellishment Shapes from the frame and colored each with Metallic Gold Gilding Polish. The chipboard accepts the paste quite well and the more you burnish, the shinier your end result.
I then used adhesive to apply dry glitter to the "wine" portion of the chipboard. After allowing to dry, I added some rainbow colored beads to the glitter to simulate bubbles.
Using StazOn Ink in black, I stamped a sentiment at the bottom of my card (note: this is the opposite side of where I applied the alcohol ink).
I layered my Wine Glasses over the top of each other at an angle. I adhered the bottom glass using Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive followed by pop dots for the top. You can also see that I adhered a small piece of vellum behind the opening of the top Wine Glass.
Here is a close up of the alcohol ink effect that I used.
Thank you for stopping by the blog! To see all of the Chipboard Shape Embellishments click HERE! Have a great day!
Additional products used: patterned paper; cardstock: Bazzill; Crate Paper; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; stamp: My Favorite Things; border punch: EK Success; ink: Tsuineko; alcohol ink, glitter: Ranger; metallic polish: Creative Expressions; adhesive: Beacon, Thermoweb, My Favorite Things; beads: Taylored Expressions; misc: gold bow clip.