Please tell me you are so busy admiring this cute little fishbowl card that you didn't notice the incriminating thumbprint on the "happy together" sentiment? Whoops, I never saw it either until I posted the photo.
Last week at Techniques Class we made these fishbowl cards (with REAL water) using the Circle Treat Cups. Everyone just loved them - well, maybe except for Heidi who seemed to keep getting a lapful of water!
Circle Treat Cups
Item # 116802
$2.95 (for 12)
Add treats to your creations. Use with 1 3/4" Circle Punch to punch shape for back of cup.
Did your card hold up? I'm curious, because just last night, I went to move my card and found mine had gone bone dry. . . But, there was a nice little yellow water stain on my bookshelf giving me a clue as to what happened.
We also used the Heat-n-Stick Powder and Dazzling Diamonds to make some beautiful glitter cards. I have already put in an order for more of each item, because I envision myself using them both a LOT.
Heat & Stick Powder
Amazing powder adhesive becomes sticky when heated to hold your glitter.
How to use Heat & Stick Powder:
1. Stamp image in Versamark.
2. Apply Heat & Stick powder to image and heat set.
3. Add glitter and heat set again.
Stampin' Glitter/Dazzling Diamonds
Diamonds are your creativity's best friend. Add glitz to any project!
If you missed techniques class, you can join us at the next monthly class in February. Mark your calendars for Wednesday, February 12th. In honor of Valentine's Day, we'll practice the art of kissing. . . Stamps, that is.
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