Babe: Playing with Glimmer Paste & Distress Oxides

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simple cards at cathyzielske.com

I’ve been seeing a lot of glimmer paste showing up on the old Instagram of late (this card caught my eye, and this one, too!) and thought I would give it a go and create a simple Valentine’s Day card for the hubs.

simple cards at cathyzielske.com

There is no rule that says you can’t give a man a shimmery card, at least not one that I know of. Plus, I call him babe a lot, so it’s all going to work out fine. This design is pretty clean and simple at its core and I’m really happy with how it turned out. I love a popped up white panel on a white card base!

simple cards at cathyzielske.com

I also created a simple little square envelope out of an A2 sized one, a little trick I learned from my friend, the one and only Gina K. Designs!

Here is the video showing you how I created this card project:

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Cathy ZielskeBabe: Playing with Glimmer Paste & Distress Oxides

7 Comments on “Babe: Playing with Glimmer Paste & Distress Oxides”

  1. #3
    Sue Alger

    Like this glimmmer paste technique. Never thought to create a color by using inks in the background.

  2. #6
    Kay

    I love it!! It’s a little late to buy the glimmer paste for Valentine’s Day, but I’m definitely going to get some. And as always, your simple sweet style blows me away. Thanks, Cathy

    1. #6.1
      Cathy Zielske

      Thanks, Kay! I have another idea i’m going to try with this same idea, but a new design! Hoping to share this weekend!

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