Hey friends, it’s Cathie here today to share a fun and sparkly Tuesday techniquel. I’m not much of a glitter girl except when it comes to Halloween and Christmas, then I’m as sparkly as it comes. While searching for something new to do with glitter, I discovered a way to use Goosebumps Texture Spray by Tsukineko and glitter to make GLITTER SPLATS. They’re like paint or ink splats but they’re glitter!
Let’s get started. You will need: Goosebumps, glitter and paper.
Then sprinkle your favorite glitter over the Goosebumps.
Then tap off the excess and set your project aside to dry. And when it’s dry, you have fabulous 3D glitter splats. The Goosebumps holds onto the glitter so there’s no mess.
Here’s the first page I made using glitter splats.
The gold glitter splat really stands out on this page. And that glitter stays in place no matter how much I pick at it.
So, give it a try. I have to warn you though, once you start making glitter splats it’s hard to stop. And if you’re wondering what other fabulous things you can do with Goosebumps, you can check out my previous Paperie Pick post all about Goosebumps here.
Don’t forget to add a picture of your project using glitter splats or anything else you’ve been working on to The Paperie’s Community page on Facebook. It’s a great place to get inspired and inspire others.
Thanks for stopping by!
Cathie Reed is a coffee fiend, work-from-home-mom, blogger, scrapbooker and art journaling enthusiast. She is also a creative team member and guest instructor for The Paperie. Cathie happily neglects the laundry and cleaning to spend time in her “space” creating with her beloved paper, ink and paint. A huge fan of “flopporunities” and “happy accidents”, Cathie is forever inspired to try new techniques, products and projects all of which she shares on her blog, with coffee in hand. (link to my blog – http://www.cathiereed.blogspot.com)
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