How to Add Glitter and Sequins the Quick and Easy Way

Hello crafty friends,
Melinda here and I am back with a fast and easy project.  I am sharing a card I created using ScraPerfect's Best Ever Glue, No-Clog Writing Cap, along with the Embellie Gellie to apply some sequins. Here's my card.

Here's a look at my completed card. It is a standard A2, top folding card. I started by stamping the rose and banner stamp from Joy Clair. I then colored it with my various Copic Sketch Markers. 

Once I finished coloring, I used the Perfect Crafting Pouch and tapped it on my image. This pouch perfectly eliminates static and makes applying glitter effortless. The glitter won't "hang around" and you won't need to waste time brushing it off your project. I then applied some Best Glue Ever along with the no-clog writing cap to apply the smallest amount of glue to very specific areas of the image. I then applied the glitter. 

I then turned to my Embellie Gellie. I pulled out a small amount, rolled it into a ball and stuck it on the end of the stick that comes in the kit.

This stuff is fantastic for picking up all sorts of embellishments to add to your projects. If you're like me, this can be very tedious. But not with this stuff! It is a snap. I just dipped my ball into my jar of sequins and pulled it out. 

I then used my Best Glue Ever again and placed three tiny dots of glue around my projects.

I then added some sequins to those dots of glue to finish off my card.

Here is one last look at my finished card.

ScraPerfect Supplies Used

Additional Supplies
Card Stock
Copic Markers
Joy Clair Stamp
RG Avenue Ink

Thank you so much for stopping by and allowing me to share with you. I hope you will come back each day to see what the other amazing designers are creating! Until the next time, have a wonderfully crafty day!

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful card! Love the purple flower!
    Have a great day!


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