Techniques Class – Glittered Dryer Sheet

Friday, December 7, 2012

Today is my youngest son’s birthday; he is 13. Yes, it is Dean AKA the Bow Maker, Cameraman, and my Big Shot operator. I’m going to try a new gluten free Chocolate cake recipe I found today; I’m crossing my fingers that it turns out and taste good. As a backup I’m making him some Gingerbread donut holes which we’ve already tried and they are good.

Today in the Online Techniques Class we are doing the Glittered Dryer Sheet technique.

Here is the card done in the video:

Very pretty and sparkly in person. I wish I was a better photographer so you could see how pretty this is. You will have to save your dryer sheets and give this technique a try.

Here is the video:

Here are the products used to create this card and the technique:

Card stock:
Midnight Muse #126843 $6.95
Night of Navy #100867 $6.95
Whisper White #100730 $8.50

Midnight Muse #126860 $5.95
Night of Navy #126970 $5.95
Not Quite Navy #126971 $5.95

Stamp Set:
Snowflake Soiree #127922 $29.95 or #127925 $21.95

Used Dryer Sheet (no charge)
Dazzling Diamonds Glitter#102023 $4.50
Midnight Muse 3/8″ Stitched Satin Ribbon #126847 $8.95
Decorative Label #120907 $16.95
Anywhere Glue Sticks #104045 $3.95

I hope you enjoyed today’s technique and give it a try. It is super easy with beautiful results.

If you would like to order any of the products you need to create this card or do the technique you can order them at my Online Store HERE.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

2 thoughts on “Techniques Class – Glittered Dryer Sheet

  1. Donna McCullough says:

    I really love your card and idea. I also love your ‘tech’ book. I will be getting mine going also.

    Thank you for sharing!

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