Foam Core Board Frame
|Cover edges with small bits of masking tape.|
|Spray with metallic silver spray paint.|
|Begin with two empty ribbon spools. They don't have to be the same thickness, but they do need to be the same circumference. I try to use a thicker spool for the bottom to strengthen my tube.|
|Peel one side off of each spool.|
|Cover remaining sides with decorative paper.|
Andes Mint Cover
6) Decorate outside front cover and inside cover. I like to round or use decorative corner punches on front corners.
Here's the step by step:
- Place the shape on a scrap piece of black card stock so it can be seen better as you work.
- Cover the whole piece with a layer of Glossy Accents. It flows within the cutout as long as you don't squeeze too much out. I just let it drop out of the tip in the smaller areas and then gave it a little bit of pressure in the larger areas.
- Sprinkle it generously with a layer of ultra fine glitter.
- After shaking off the excess glitter, leave it to dry.
- Now it can be applied to a project! A thin layer of Glossy Accents on the back will also adhere it to your page or you could run your piece through a Xyron with a permanent adhesive cartridge in it before applying the Glossy Accents and glitter. Then when it's dry, peel it off the backing paper and adhere to your project.
Bazzil basics paper, Glossy Accents by Ranger, lily white sugar coating by doodlebug design.