Glimmer Mist Love.....

Today's Thursday Tutorial over a FCCB features a clever idea From Sara at  One Day at a Time on using your Cricut to make a template for misting masks. 

I just had to give Sara's tutorial a try since I do own one bottle of Glimmer Mist in Peppermint Stick from Tattered Angels, I think I've used it like once, now twice......

You can check out my post and Sara's tutorial  HERE:


Since my mist was red and Sara already made hearts, I decided to cut the word love from Opposites Attract a 2.74 inches.

Hint: If you choose to mist a word, you have to remember that you'll be misting the negative cut so you'll need to keep the inside pieces of your letters.

I love the look of Kraft paper, white and red so I went that look by adding Martha Stewart gingham paper tape, red twine and a heart banner. Looks like I already have a card made for Valentine's next year.
Thanks for looking!


Linking with
Ribbon Carousel-Anything Goes
Party Time Tuesday-Anything Goes
Sarah Hemmer-Link Up Tuesday
The Spotted Chick- Kraft Paper
My Creative Time- Throwback Thursday
SJ Crafts- 3 of Something

16 comments:

  1. Cute card! The Opposites Attract cart sure is an oldie but a goodie!! Great job!. Thanks for joining us in the MCT ~ Throwback Thursday Challenge :)

    ~ Cassandra

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  2. your card looks great! what a great idea for the misting! TFS!
    Gina
    babi96@aol.com

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  3. Great card!

    Be blessed, BEckie

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  4. Love your card..red and white are so cute. I have not entered into mists yet but this makes it look easier than I thought. thanks.

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  5. Holly....LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! Super cute! Smiles, Jill

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  6. I love how you have done this....fantastic. Thanks for taking part in SJ Crafts Challenge.

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  7. So pretty!!!! Thanks for playing along with us at MyCreativeTime!!!!

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  8. Holly your card is so cute! Thanks so much for sharing my tutorial!

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  9. This is soooooo cute ! What a great tutorial thanks for play along with us @MCT ;)

    Micia

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  10. Holly, I love this card! Cool technique. I want to try this:) Your card turned out fabulous!!
    ~Madison funkycards.blogspot.com

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  11. Loving the red and kraft together- beautiful card!

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  12. Very pretty! l love the colors!

    Nancy

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  13. Nice job...cute card. TFS Cathie
    www.creativecutterroom.com

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  14. Loving this card. Thanks for the inspiration.

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