Jul 9, 2018

Good Morning, Glory

Hello, Judy Woodland here, and welcome to another Dies R Us inspirational blog post. Today I have a unique technique for you using the Tutti Designs Poppies Stained Glass die, which reminds me of Morning Glories. I recently watched Jennifer McGuire do a stained glass technique which I thought was FABULOUS. You can watch it HERE.


Here is my card:

Here's how I made it:
Using Ken Oliver's Stick It, I began by cutting out 5 panels from the Tutti Designs Poppies Stained Glass die.

Next I adhered one panel to a piece of card stock..............

and colored the images in using my Copic Markers.
 Then I adhered 3 more of the die cut panels to create dimension.........

and flooded every space with Glossy Accents. Whew!!! Talk about labor intensive!! 
I let this dry overnight.

I took the last die cut panel and applied 2 coats of Liquid Platinum Embossing Powder.......

and adhered it to the dried piece to complete the stained glass look.

Finally I die cut the panel from the Sue Wilson Austrian Collection Background die........

and a little border from the Poppy Stamps Pierced Borders Die Set.

Finally it was time to put it all together.

Here are the products I used:
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Poppy Stamps Pierced Borders

Ken Oliver SK155 Stick It Adhesive Sheets 8"X6.125" 5/Pkg-
Ken Oliver's Stick It

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Best Glue Ever

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12 comments:

  1. Made one of these yesterday Judy, not published yet but you will see it when I do. This is a fabulous technique, need the right die next time like this to make it effective...xx

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  2. Wow Judy a wonderful card, since I have all the Tutti stained glass dies I guess I had better give this technique a try (in my spare time..hah!) Very beautiful card!!

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  3. Judy, this is spectacular!! Such a beautiful shade of blue and that technique....wow! I have this Tutti die and will be trying this along with using it on a few others. I just love this card!!

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  4. YOWZA! This is beyond gorgeous! Actually looks like one of your beautiful stained glass pieces! Great technique, Jennifer McGuire would be so proud! LOVE!

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  5. This card is overthe top fabulous. I think you have created real looking stained glass. It is just so beautiful and reminds me of the work my sister did with glass.

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  6. Wow! This is GORGEOUS!!!! It looks just like stained glass! Beautiful job!

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  7. A real STUNNER Judy! Love the colors you chose ... really does look like morning glories and I too will have to check out that technique! FABULOUS instruction & inspiration!

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  8. Great tutorial for a beautiful card!

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  9. OMGosh Judy what a masterpiece you have created. Just watched the video and yes Jennifer would be so proud. Fantastic dies and such beautiful choice of colours. I am in awe of how stunning this is... and having the Prince's there with you. I hope they cooked for you while you were playing. Hugs.

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  10. This gives me an idea to use the glass paints that I originally thought I would do the faux stained glass on acetate. I think I'll cut is out of black mirror cardstock attached to a double sided tape sheet and attach to an acetate sheet, since I don't know if the paint would bleed on cardstock. I'll let you know if that also works.

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