Conversation Heart Stencil & Glitz Glitter Gel

Welcome back everyone! I have more inspiration to share using Glitz Glitter gel from Thermoweb/Gina K Designs. If you’ve been following me for a while you know I’m a huge fan of it. Today I’m using it to create some quick and simple Valentine’s Day cards featuring products from Lawn Fawn.

VIDEO

I have a video tutorial that you can watch down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.

CARD

This design was so easy to make, I created TWO cards! I’m using the Conversation Hearts stencil from Lawn Fawn.

Inks I’ll be using today are Ballet Slippers and Wild Rose Ink from Lawn Fawn on White and Ballet Slippers card stock.

Using the second layer of the stencil, I applied Gold and Red Velvet Glitz Glitter Gel. A little goes a long way!

After both panels are completely dry, I die cut them with the Small Stitched Rectangle die to add a stitched border.

I wanted the focus to be on the background so I found an image was that was simple and small enough for the front of the card. I’m using Llama Tell You stamp set and colored the image with copic markers. The white of the llama doesn’t clash with the background and helps it stand out.

For the background of the glitzed panel, I used the Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Frames die cut from Mermaid and Chili Pepper card stock.

The small sentiment is from the Love Letters stamp set in which I heat embossed in White onto Black Licorice card stock. Then I trimmed it down with the Everyday Sentiments Banner.

Thanks for stopping by!

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One thought on “Conversation Heart Stencil & Glitz Glitter Gel

  1. spilor says:

    Hi, Mindy -These are adorable! I like the one w/ the gold glitter gel slightly better although both are precious. I know it would be really time-consuming, but I might try one where I color the hearts the various usual colors that come in those boxes of chalky hearts at this time of year. IDK, maybe I will decide it’s too much trouble after I do one that takes a while (I would have to use the tiniest life-changing blender brush, I think… and then keep changing colors). I will see if I can manage it…. I’m not the pro you are, but your beautiful idea has sparked a thought for me. Thanks and have a great day!!
    Lori S in PA

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