No One Does Glitter Like Martha

I have a new favorite technique, and watch out.  I’m using it on anything and everything that I see!

See the pretty glitter up there at the top of this post?

I. Can’t. Stop!

The technique for these is super simple, with the help of Martha Stewart adhesive backed stencils and her glitter transfer sheets.  It’s pretty much: put down stencil, paint on adhesive transfer medium, remove stencil and let dry for a few minutes, then (my favorite part!) burnish with glitter transfer sheets. Voila! I have to admit, I did play a little bit with the dry time, and with different tools to get the best “burnishing,” but hey, if that’s working, who’s complaining??

Now, there was a reason behind all this playing, and if I’ve sparked your interest a bit, you may want to practice yourself.  I’ve got a super cute project coming up that uses this technique!

Have fun!

Nikki, In Stitches

PS…Just wanted to let you all know, there’s no ulterior motive here, no incentive to buy, or kickback to me. I just love these little pretties so much I wanted to share! XOXO

Psst! Want to see the finished project? Take a peek here at this adorable magnetic bookmark for your favorite bookworm!!

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5 Responses to No One Does Glitter Like Martha

  1. jojo says:

    merci ma belle de ton partage c est genial bisessssssssssssssss

    (Thank you for sharing my dear. You are awesome! Kisses)

  2. Hillary says:

    Glitter?! ‘Bling’ it on!
    Thanks for the ‘actual user’ testimonial of how great it works! I’m always a bit hesitant to try something I’ve never seen used before.

  3. Ruby says:

    Terrific little scrap buster! Love all the bling (the more the better, IMHO…lol)

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