I think glitter adds the perfect touch to any card — and best of all, it doesn’t add bulk for mailing! That makes it perfect for card insides, too. Oh and adding sparkle to flowers on a dreary winter day!

More on this card right here on the Hero Arts blog — it’s another masked one that I did to give more ideas for this month’s challenge. (Yep, the flower and leaves are truly all on one layer — no scissors required!) I also did the inside, too.

Have a glittery day,

16 thoughts on “Glitter!”

  1. Lisa, I love this card!! That flower stamp is one of my favs and I can’t wait to get that envelope background stamp. And of course, glitter is always a good thing!

  2. Wow, I could have sworn that flower was cut out – what a an amazing coloring job! We are having incredible icy, fog in the mornings & all of the trees & shrubs look as though they have been covered w/glitter. Happy New Year. (Love your sweet fox card).

  3. hej my dear friend…thanks so much for your lovley comment on our blog…its fine to stay in contact with you…not regulary, but always again…and this is so fine, isn´t it?…i wish you and your love ones all the best for the new year 2011…and hope all your wishes will come true…;)…and stay there and show us again your lovely cards…go, go, girl…;)…its fine to come here over and find your little sweet creativty again…thanks for it…all the best and take care…much love…cheers and hugs…i…

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