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Great Tips For Adding Texture To Your Cards | Spellbinders

Updated: Aug 12

Hi crafty friends, I created two cards today using Glitter Wishes Hot Foil Plates and the More Holiday Decorations dies. I'm also sharing two tips on how to add texture to your card. I hope you enjoy!


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I die cut the Christmas lights and ornaments from white and Gold Mirror cardstock and used Copic markers to color the images. I decided to use a non-traditional color palette, so I used pinks, teals and greens for those images. I used the Frosty Flakes stencil for the backgrounds, I stenciled on Celeste cardstock. The sentiments are hot foiled with aura foil using the Glitter Wishes hot foil plates.


Here are the tips for adding texture to the cards.


Tip #1 - Distress Texture Paste

I used Distress Texture Paste and the Frosty Flakes stencil to create a snowflake texture background. The Distress Texture Paste looks like snow when it's on the cardstock.


Tip #2 - Glossy Accents

This is a fabulous way to add texture to your background. I added this to the lights and ornaments, it is so glossy and shiny. It makes the images pop.



Thanks for stopping by, I hope these tips are helpful!

Hugs,

Joy





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