This picture of the below card really does not do it justice. In person, it is shiny and glimmery with lots of texture. The top note die shape is cut from the designer paper, Presto Patterns. It is white but when you brush, roll, or spray color on it, a pattern appears. To make the pattern appear on this piece I used the Smooch Spritz Resist technique. You can find the tutorial for this technique here on Splitcoast Stampers. Lydia Fiedler did an excellent job creating the tute!
I used old olive ink and satin ribbon, night of navy cardstock, vintage wallpaper impressions folder, and the stamp set Tiny Tags on this card. Oh and I used Gold Glow Smooch Spritz.
I also met the requirement for this week's challenge at Cute Card Thursday.
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