Disclosure: The craft supplies seen in this post were provided to me by American Crafts. However, all opinions are my own.
The past few weeks have been a little crazy around here and I haven’t been able to blog as much as I’ve wanted. I apologize if you came by last week looking for the link-up and couldn’t find it. Sometimes we all just need a week off to find our inspiration.
Let me tell you, I’ve had so many crafting ideas this past week and not enough time to do them all! You’ll definitely be seeing some more creative projects around here in the upcoming month.
Two weeks ago, the theme was craft paints and we didn’t have as many link-ups as I thought we would. I’m hoping this week with a theme as awesome as glitter that we’ll leave with so many ideas that we won’t know what to start first! Let’s get this GLITTER PARTY started!
This week I decided that I wanted to do something crafty but also useful. I’ve already used glitter to make my DIY mason jar vases and now I wanted to make something with glitter that I could use.
Enter, thank you cards. I simply cut a few pieces of white cardstock and folded them in half to make my cards. Then I busted out my stash of American Crafts supplies, which included glitter tape, baker’s twine, scrapbooking paper, foam glitter letters, and TONS of gold glitter. Oh and don’t even get me started on their This to That sticky tape. It was hands down the best adhesive tape I’ve ever used for glitter!!
I decided to make a set of 4 cards but to give them each a little twist. I wanted to create four, unique cards and I certainly did just that. I did the foam letters on one card and left the others blank so that I can go back and put letters on or write whatever I wish later. Click HERE for the full tutorial.
This week’s featured craft supply :: GLITTER
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