Supplies used: K & Company paper, Studio G Glitter Glue, Rangers Cotton Candy Stickles, and

I have really been in the mood of adding glitter glue/stickles lately.  After using a few different kinds, I’ve learned I don’t care for the Studio G Glitter Glue.  It was very difficult to make the dots along the left side of this page and you can tell.  It didn’t want to let go when I lifted the bottle and I would have a stream and then pull up straight hoping that it landed right to make a good circle.  The Stickles was so smooth and easy after this frustration.  I’d say that the CTMH Glitter Glitz is a bit in the middle, usually pretty easy to use too but not quite as slick as the Stickles.

I just love these quick layouts!  The paper is K & Company and the only thing I added was a bit of sparkle with Ranger’s Cotton Candy Stickles.

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Supplies used: CTMH Topstitch Paper Packet, CTMH Topstitch My Stickease, CTMH Colonial White Mini-Medley, and Baby Blue and Cotton Candy Stickles.

This was an easy layout because I used the example on the back of the My Stickease.  I added Stickles to the flowers on the B&T paper and to accent the My Stickease.

Well, it is yet another snow day here today.  The kids are playing nicely so I am going to do my own playing.  My goal for the day is to see just how many challenges I can complete so I am hoping for multiple posts (the organizer in me likes to keep things filed and neat).  So here we go…

Products used: Autumn Leaves Rhonna Farrer heart and starts stamp set, Fiskars border punch, Colorbok glitter paper, Target Dollar Spot pattern paper, Ranger Stickles (cotton candy), Doodlebug Design sugar coating glitter, CTMH bubblegum marker, CTMH ink (ocean & bubblegum) and unknown ribbon.

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I found this stamp set in my stash (twice!) so I thought it was a good starting point.  I outlined the inside of the small hearts with a marker before adding the stickles.  This seemed to change the color a bit for more contrast which turned out better.  Since you can’t have too much glitter I added more to the top of the stickles.  I had fun making this glittery card!