Glitter? Me? Not really a glitter girl. BUT!!! I did have fun with Tim's Distress Glitter! It really is different! When I do use glitter or stickles (and its not often) I like to use just a little, as an accent and so it is on my Distress Glitter project.
I started with my background using Wendy Vecchi's Alcohol Archival technique on Specialty Stamping paper. LUV (luv luv luv) this stuff. Nothing takes ink like this paper. I used Hydrangea and Tree Branch reinkers for the technique and then stamped a little Fancy Florals with Hydrangea ink.
I embossed a panel of black cardstock using Tim's Eiffel Tower Texture Fade. I rubbed over the raised areas with a Butterscotch Adirondack Pigment ink pad. I used a blending foam and hit some of the raised area with Ranger Matte Medium and then sprinkled Antique Linen Distress Glitter over the panel.
I inked some strips of Specialty Stamping paper with alcohol and Hydrangea Archival Reinker (using the video technique linked above) and cut out flowers with Tim's Tattered Flower Garland decorative strip die. I layered the flowers and affixed them with a brad, embossed with Ranger Queen's Gold embossing powder. LOVE Queen's Gold, its my go-to EP.