Wednesday

glossy accents...

Do you just love this stuff? Oh my gosh... I can't find enough stuff to do with this. I already know this will NOT be the last post about it!

A cute little vintage Valentine image and a clear plastic button...

After Glossy Accents has dried, cut around edge of button and sand edges to get everything perfectly smooth. Use a paper piercer to poke the holes back in the button. Oh ouch- I just realized with this close up just where the button holes are! sorry little cupid...

Here's a closeup view of some punched cardstock 'typewriter keys' from Graphic45. These are wonderful little accents!

Got just the project to use these on!

I have a stack of Tim Holtz fragments that have just been waiting to be used...

As soon as the Glossy Accents dries, I'll carefully cut these out with an x-acto knife and give the edges a quick sanding and then these will make some nice little charms for a bracelet, I think!
If you haven't already tried this wonderful product- go out and grab some now!
Hey- don't forget my give-away... I'll be drawing the name on Monday, January 31. Good luck!

4 comments:

Theresa said...

Very cool product and fun seeing your applications!

Linda S. said...

I am a fan of Glossy Accents, as well. I have been told by "card-making guru's" that it is absolutely the best glue for any kind of embellishment. Flowers, metal charms, chipboard, grungeboard, etc. I am curious on your example of G45 typewriter letters, how did you obtain the nice little domed shape? Oh, and that poor little cupid...owie, owie, owie.

Cindy said...

Have not taken the time to play with it so much, but after seeing what you've done here, I need to! LOVE the typewriter looking ones...too cool!

-c

Cindy said...

Forgot to say, thanks for the inspiration. And how did you get the nice domed shape?

c

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