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    Ha, that was kind of hard to get the title look good.
    Maybe it still doesn't, but otherwise it would be a very Loooooong title. lol
    What I ment to say is: this is a card tutorial that feature one of Tiffany her technique's but then with a little twist. Okay, here we go:

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    This is what you need: Cardstock – PP – Bo Bunny stamp – Gesso – fine glitter – glue – hot glue gun – tulle – button – pearls and rhine stone – distress ink Vintage photo.

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    Cut a piece of cardstock of 11×6. Fold double. This is the base of your card.

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    Get a scrap of paper and cut out, half a circle. Let enough space to cover the bottom of the card. Make a mark, on both the left and right side of your card, 2.5# from the top, and glue your scrap of paper onto your card.

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    Tu your card over, and cut away the excess, around your card.

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    Your card should look something like this. Cut out one of the beautiful glittery snowflakes of the PP.

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    Load your stamp with Gesso (like Tiffany showed us in her video tutorial)
    and stamp randomly your snowflakes.

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    Sprinkle, your still wet images, with fine glitter and tap it of.

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    Glue down some trim, around your PP.

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    Cut some tule (mine is 2 x 36 and I used it double) and wrap it around your card, tie a knot in the middle. Secure the knot with a blob of hot glue. Pressing the knot down in the hot glue.

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    Get your, cut out, glittery snowflake and stamp it with Gesso using your Bo BUnny stamp.
    Sprinkle it with some fine glitter.

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    beautiful isn't it?! We love the sparkle right!

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    Add some ribbon, button and rhinestone to the center of your glittery snowflake, and
    glue it down in the middle of your card.

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    Pinch the petals of your snowflake. Place randomly some pearls and ink your edges with
    Vintage Photo Distress ink. And you're done!

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    Krissy
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      OMG!!!! Stunning!!!!! The snowflake looks awesome!

      "Some cars look like they're going fast when they're standing still. The Camaro looks like it's going to beat you unconscious, put you in a silly hat, invite a couple of other Camaros over to take photos of you, then e-mail them to all your friends and co-workers. Call me crazy, but I like that in a car."

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      Oh My! Absolutely gorgeous, Paulien! Can't wait to give this a try!

      #152471

      Gorgeous!!

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      Krissy
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        Thanks so much for the step by step tut. My kit just came yesterday and can't wait to try this with the gesso!

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        Krissy
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          can't wait to get my hands on the kit and play

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          Krissy
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            Gorgeous card!!

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            Gotta get me some gesso!

            #152476

            so pretty!

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            Krissy
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              Amazing Paulien!! You may just tu me into a card maker…LOL!

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              Wow Paulien this is gorgeous!!!!

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                Sparkly and elegant and gorgeous!!!! Thanks, Paulien!!

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                Pretty. I really love that snowflake.

                #152481

                Paulien, the card is gorgeous, still I have a question: when working with glitter I found that afterwards everything (including myself) is glittering 🙂
                My desk, my clothes, everything!
                Do you use any fixative when you finish your card?
                And if so, what kind of fixative? Would love to know this, have been questioning myself about this for quit a while….

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                  Gorgeous card!!

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