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Monday, October 13, 2008

Adding Color to Clear Glitter Tutorial

Hi Everyone!! Want to find a way to save money? Dye your clear glitter with ink refills. By dying your clear glitters, you can have many different colors of glitter without having to buy a whole bunch of different colored glitters which can get pretty expensive. Click on the tutorial on how create different colored glitters.

I don't know what is up with me but lately I've been creating a lot of "green and pink" cards. I seem to gravitate towards this color combo and it's not like it's even my favorite. I think it's because I have a lot of designer papers with green and pink colors.

Anyway. . .just a quick post. . .nothing much to this card except for the dyed glitter on my card.

Here's a close up of the pink glitter that I colored myself with the ink refill. Check out the tutorial and try it out!!

Card Details:

Paper: DCWV designer paper, SU Pretty In Pink, Green Galore
Accessories: JoAnn Daisy rhinestone, Clear glitter dyed with SU Pixie Pink ink refill, Basic, Basic ribbon, Heidi Swapp circle chipboard, Stemma sentiment sticker, Prima flower, Fiskar Cloud Scissors


Rita said...

Great idea! Saving money is a plus these days, I'll have to give this a try someday soon. I luv your card it's so pretty Maria!

dorism6220 said...

What a great idea - and so easy too.

malieta said...

TFS the awesome tutorial Maria!
I love this color combo also and I love your card!!!

Jen-Jen said...

u are so smart, Maria!! thanks for sharing this great idea. love how your card turned out too!! I love pink n' green, keep them coming!!!


2 Worlds said...

I noticed a lot of green going on.
Thanks for the tutorial Maria.

Elena said...

Wow! Maria! Brilliant idea! Very intersting tutorial! Thank you for sharing and inspiring us! I love pink and green! nothing wrong with this! It looks so happy and really brings a smile! Very nice card!

Tonniece said...

Always thinking outside the box, Love it.
Very pretty card as always Maria.


Happy Tuesday

Mel M. M. McCarthy said...

Maria, You never cease to amaze! This is just incredibly fab. I can't wait to get a big ol' jar of glitter and make a whack of colours! I wonder if it work on martha stewart glitter? Maybe with alcohol inks or somethin'? Thanks for the great inspiration! :O) And I love love love the green and pink. It's so fresh, especially with all that glitter! :o)

Kristen Hermanny said...

I love glitter. You have GREAT ideas, and your cards are really well put together. I love the pink and green together. Very Cheerful!

Anonymous said...

I love your card also. Pink and lime green are 2 of my favorite color combinations for cards also.

Thanks so much for the glitter tutoral...... I must try this someday.

Your cards are always so fresh and clean looking.


Custom Cards said...

Great tutorial and give stunning idea to save the money except to purchase the whole bunch of different colors. So I also notes the colors which you used in this card that are also very nice. Hopefully the given instruction we will able to do same like this.

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