This Glitter Ribbon Tutorial will show you how to get some for your cards and all you need is some left over card and some double sided tape.
The one I have used was a cheap but but it doesn't meet it's intended purpose. I much prefer to use a wet glue when making my cards as it is far more permanent then double sided tape.
But there are occasions when I do use it and this one was a disappointment and it is not very sticky at all.
So I put it to good use for another project ... and this is what I came up with.
The card pieces I used were just narrow off cuts from other projects and it worked a treat for this idea.
You can make these to any colour glitter that you have and then match them into your creations as and when you need them.
I used mine as an addition to the fabric ribbon I was using but you can also use a larger A4 sheet of card and double sided adhesive if you wanted to Create Glitter Card for yourself
Store them away until the next time you want to add a little extra to your cards.
Another idea you could try is to weave them for an unusual and unique look.
Choose colours that will work together and add them as a background.
The little extras used to make the number on my card is called Card Candi and it comes in packs of different colours.
It is a really cheap but very effective embellishment and it comes from Craftwork Cards.
Use it to add ages, as I have done.
Write someones name with them or buy the plain ones and actually write on the Candi itself.
You can make flowers with them, in fact you can invent your own way to put these little treasures to good use.
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