Love in Primrose Petals

Artisan Embellishments Kit, Spring Catalog, Stampin' Up!, classesThis is, I think, my favorite project we’ll be making at the Artisan Embellishments class.  I won’t show you all the projects were doing until after the class, but I will post one or two.

The only thing on this card not in the Artisan Embellishments kit is the card.  And I added a few splatters of Crumb Cake classic ink, as well as some Primrose Petals to die the doily.  It’s a great kit, and even if you don’t take the class, you’ll want this kit.  It’s just so easy to create a beautiful card or other project with it.

That’s it for now.  Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy – and have a wonderful day!

About buffycooper

Among other things, I am a musician who enjoys papercrafting (specifically with rubber stamps), a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, Christian, wife and mom to two great boys.
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4 Responses to Love in Primrose Petals

  1. Jean Muncrief says:

    Some while back you (or Jean) posted that you loved glitter glue. I do know you apart, just don’t remember who posted the love. How exactly do you use it? I think I have 3 bottles and have never used any. jm

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    • buffycooper says:

      It may have been me, because I do love it. It works for anything you want to glitter. Just squeeze gently to apply it. I use it for flower centers a lot. You can also dye it. If there’s a color I’m going to use a lot – like Daffodil delight – I take the cap off the bottle, add about 20 (more or less,depending on how much color you want and how dark the color you’re adding is),drops of ink refill, then mix with a dowel or chop stick. Replace the cap and it’s ready to go. I kind of smooth it down a little unless I want a really raised look.

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    • buffycooper says:

      Oh, by the way…I use it on the same things I’d use 2-way glue and glitter. This way is quicker and less messy, BUT be very careful to wait until it dries before touching it! The drying time is much longer than the 2-way glue/glitter. If you kind of smooth it out after you use it, it will dry quicker. (When I put a dollop on for a flower center, I leave it overnight.)

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  2. Kath says:

    I am loving what you have done with the Artisan Embellishment Kit!

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