I used the 'Heat and Stick' powder from Stampin' Up on the blue card and the butterfly. Basically you use an embossing ink - like versamark - to stamp the image, cover in the heat and stick powder and heat with a heat tool. Be carefully as it doesn't take as long to 'turn' as embossing powders. Once it is ready, cover the image in ordinary glitter and re-heat briefly to set. It means you can stamp and glitter an image without ruining your stamp with glue. I guess it depends on the type of glitter used (i used Hunkydory glitter), however the fine detail in the cake was lost with this method - but I was still happy with the effect.
|South Hill Park in the Spring|
Any way I have also been busy establishing my Stampin' Up business, with my first workshop this Friday. I think I have planned everything and know what I am doing - it's very exciting! I'll post Sneaky Peak - Part II tomorrow.