Monday, November 7, 2011

'Glitter Birthday Card' be Sue K

Hi Everyone,
Our DT Gal Sue K has created a beautiful glittery card to share today.
I hope you enjoy it.

Cardstock: Smooth White, Core'dinations - Spotted Collection Pack- Tillie Dots, Robin's Egg, Silver Glitter Paper
Paper: Echo Park 'Splash' Big Dots
Copic: BG15
Accessories:  Spellbinders Nesties Mega Ovals & Circles, Shapeabilites Parisian Motifs,  Couture Creations Embossing Folder - Washed Away,  MFT die-namics Solid Bracket border,  white Satin Ribbon (coloured with BG15), Martha Stewart Monarch Butterfly punch, Black Pearl strips, Thickers.


Cut Black Jillian cardstock 145mm x 145mm,
Cut Robin’ egg card stock 145mm x 60mm, emboss with the ‘Washed away’ folder
From the reverse side of the Echo Park paper, cut 2 borders using the Die-namics solid bracket.
Attach the boarders to the embossed strip with double sided tape, and then onto the card base with the same.  Cover the join with an adhesive strip of black pearls
Cut a 170mm length of white satin ribbon and colour with BG15, using the bow easy make a bow from the white satin ribbon, colour with BG15 once tied- allow to dry.
Attach the length of ribbon to the card, securing at the back with tape.
layer onto Robin’s egg measuring 150mm x 150mm
Cut a the decorative circle from the silver glitter paper using the Largest Parisian Motifs die.
Cut a circle from the Robin’s egg, large enough to fit just inside the Parisian Motifs die cut, emboss using the ‘Washed Away’ folder.
Attach some more strips of black pearls around the outer edge.
Attach to the card base with double sided foam tape.
Cut an oval from the black Jillian cardstock, layer on to the circles with foam tape
Cut 2 butterflies from robin’s egg cardstock, colour with BG15, attach to the card with foam tape, add some black pearls to the centre of each one
Attach the bow and the glittery thickers.
Attach the card front to a card base measuring 150mm x 150mm
Sharing Ideas....Fab Find

Watch the video
You can visit our blog or You tube to watch the video
A fun tutorial on how to make this cute Christmas Button & Bling tree card
(courtesy of Hero Arts)

We love to receive your feedback, so why not leave us a comment.

If you have any questions please email us at:
or click the tab at the top of the blog Home Page.
Thanks for stopping by, happy crafting,


  1. Beautiful card from Sue.....perfect for a teen! Off to check the Hero Arts link!

  2. LOVE these bold colours and all that glitter! Another fabulous card from Sue!

  3. love the colours on the card, and that button Christmas tree card is stunning xx


01 09 10