Fall Glittery Greeting Card

Fall Glittery Greeting Card

Gifted by: Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

Updated 10/29/21

Add a little sparkly in your fall theme cards! It is so quick & easy to do. Using a technique, Wear Your Adhesive on the Outside, brings adhesives out from behind layers to become the embellishments. Extend your adhesive use to make something wonderful like this greeting card!


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Materials List

Fall Glittery Card Instructions:

  1. Start with a tan card and die-cut the top flap with an edge die.

  2. Cut a strip of Adhesive Sheet a little larger than your leaves. Remove one of the liners and center it on your card.

  3. Cut an additional piece to place on the bottom of the inside of the card so it can be seen when the card is closed.

  4. Die-cut your leaves from Fall colored cardstock.

  5. Remove the top liner from the Adhesive Sheet and place three leaf shapes in a row on the exposed adhesive sheet.

  6. Sprinkle Mahogany glitter onto the adhesive sheet and rub with your finger to ensure adhesion. Also, remove the liner from the strip on the inside of the card and add glitter. Shake off the excess and return it to the bottle.

  7. Place a strip of Crafty Power Tape above and below the glitter piece on the front of the card, remove the liners and sprinkle with Seafoam Green Glitter.

  8. Stamp Greetings on the bottom of the card with VersaMark Ink and emboss with Lettuce Embossing Powder.

  9. Stamp the sentiment on a strip of goldenrod cardstock with brown ink and pop up on the top of the card using 3D Foam Strips.

  10. Use a white gel pen to outline parts of the card as shown.

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