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Monday, July 27, 2020

{Sticker Monday} Adding Glitz and Colour to Stickers


Hey, hey, hey! It's Monday, STAMPlorations friends! And you guessed it...we're back with Sticker Monday. Every 3rd and 4th Monday of the month for the next 3 months, we have the talented Renee Hamilton returning as guest designer and sharing projects showcasing our line of fun clear stickers. And every month, we'll draw one lucky crafter to win a $15 gift code -- randomly drawn from all comments left on the Sticker Monday posts for the month, as well as from the featured designer's blog.

Today, STAMPgirl Renee added glitz and color to clear stickers to create her festive cards.




Here's Renee with her cards:

Hi there and welcome back everyone. Its Sticker Monday Part 2 with me, Renee, and I promise that you are going to love these glamorous cards... 

Yes...you can add glitz and colour to black and white clear stickers especially the ones at STAMPlorations which include images. Excited yet?....Well let's get started......

I want to first give you an overall view of all three cards, where the stickers are the showpieces and the main focus of the cards. See how much colour was added to the stickers? I used Copic markers and glitter glue to enhance all of the stickers I also used coloured cardstock to further embellish the sticker on the yellow card.




Card #1
With this card, I coloured not only the image of the cake but also the special effect with the extra dashes which I used to convey the idea of a glowing golden cake.




Card #2
For card #2, I not only coloured the drink but also the words...then I adhered it to yellow cardstock and matted it on black cardstock as well.....now isn't that cool?....




Card #3
Here is card #3 and you can see how much glam is added to the sticker as you compare it with the other two black and white ones.




Hope you enjoyed this week's feature cards. Remember to leave a comment here and also on my blog, Sweet Cherry Cards (where I have added more details), for your chance to win a $15 gift code. 


Here's a list of the supplies I used:

Happy Happy and Birthday Word Art clear stickers
Extra smooth extra white ivory board (Bricha Ltd), Coloured cardstock, Diecut shapes, Baker's twine, Copic markers, Ranger glitter glue

15 comments:

  1. Thanks for the tips, I did not know you could colour stickers

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  2. Great idea to use your Copics on the stickers! I love the colorful designs!

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  3. These are such fun cards and love the way you added some colour to the stickers to change the look.

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  4. These are fabulous party cards! I love your idea to color! GENIUS!

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  5. You did a fantastic job displaying the large stickers on your cards...
    Well done and TFS

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  6. These stickers look
    fabulous on your cards.
    Carla from Utah

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  7. I almost never use stickers. But these look great!! Really great looks you achieved.

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  8. I like how you added color and sparkle to the stickers.

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  9. Great cards! The glitter adds such sparkle!

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