Monday, December 10, 2018

Starlight Bethlehem Oversized Card

This project leads into the little video at the end, 
about glitter!  The video just makes me laugh.  This project is full
of Glimmer Paper, to make things pop.

Periodically I make oversized 10x10 cards for people at
church, so that the entire congregation can sign the cards.
This card uses retired DSP, and several current
framelits/thinlits.  The Bethlehem Edgelits (p 215) form the city
with multiple layers creating the sparkle.
I used the Starlight Thinlits (p 220) to make the star.
Were I to do this again, that darn star would be straight,
but the glue was set by the time I tried to change it.
I used the retired Little Letters to create the name.  

I saw this video on FB and thought it was a total hoot.

I will admit that glitter can be challenging to get
off your face or hands, but it still has it's 
place in the craft room!!


Susan said...

I love this card even with the crooked star. The video was pretty funny! Rob will come home from work and I will have glitter on my face sometimes. said...

This is beautiful, Jackie! And glitter will always have a place in my home. My cousin posted the glitter video on Facebook. She's getting the glitteriest card ever this year. Glitter rocks. said...

One last comment - I didn't even notice the crooked star. Stars aren't always straight! It's fine!