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June 15, 2010

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Linda Bandow

This is great.....I am not the only Glitter Queen that will just l-o-v-e this technique and these products. You've done it again Ellen......I know what you mean about the blankie....my husband says he always knows when I've been at theglitter....I get it in my underwear and just about everywhere else, as well.

mary

Sorry I posted twice - but it took so long to show the first one I thought it wasn't going to post!

mary

Hi Ellen! I love your card and the burnished velvet technique. Of course I have a drawer full of all kinds of glitter, BUT NO GLITTER RITZ! :-( I do have several widths of Be Creative Tape plus the sheets. It has become my go-to tape for almost everything. I love that it works similar to the red liner tape but is tearable - YAY, no scissors required! Thank you for sharing your beautiful creation and for the wonderful tutorial.
Hugs to all, -mary

mary

Hi Ellen! I love your card and the burnished velvet technique. Of course I have a drawer full of all kinds of glitter, BUT NO GLITTER RITZ! :-( I do have several widths of Be Creative Tape plus the sheets and it has become my go-to tape for almost everything. I love that it works similar to the red liner tape but you can tear it - YAY! Thank you for sharing your beautiful creation and for the wonderful tutorial.
Hugs to all, -mary

Cathy Hughes

This is so addicting and, you too, will be compelled to purchase every colour of the micro-fine glitter.

Then...I promise, you will go through life looking at each project you see with, "Can I glitter and Burnish Velvet this?"

Welcome to the club!

Cathy

Robin

Oh I love sparkle & glitter. This looks so cool and I can hardly wait to learn more. thanks for always giving me a gentle push to learn and try more creative adventures.

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