Saturday, May 21, 2016

Fine Tip Glue Pen and Fun Tips/Techniques

Happy Weekend!
 
Happy Saturday!
 
Are you surprised to see a posting from me today?  Well...SURPRISE!  :-)
 
I am super excited to share the samples I have created and just have to share them with you...I'm terrible at keeping a secret and my stampin' samples too!
 
So, keeping with the Pun Intended upcoming new Hostess Stamp Set (are you sold yet?)
 
Here are some more samples to share....
 
I love this hanging light bulb....and I dazzled mine up a bit!
 
 
The picture doesn't show it up very well but I used the Clear Wink of Stella to add some shimmer to the bulbs.....and our Crystal Effects is retired but I have a tip/technique to share with you.
 
Our Fine Tip Glue Pen can be used like the retired Crystal Effects...I added it to the colored heart on my card and allowed it to dry...not only does it dry just like Crystal Effects....it dries even quicker.

 
And....you can use the Fine Tip Glue Pen in a technique called Resist....
 
Here's how it's done.....created your card as desired....then if you add the Glue Pen to the card and want to add color over it, the color resists where the Glue Pen was used (first be sure the glue is totally dry)...so I would suggest you add the Glue Pen and set it aside or overnight to dry completely before you sponge or use a Stampin' Dauber over the card. Cool?  Huh?
 

 
I also used the Gold Wink of Stella on the "chain" and top of the bulk where it attaches.
 
 

Fine-Tip Glue Pen138309
Price: $7.00
No more sticky messes! Reach for this when you need whisper-thin strands of glue. The slender precision tip lays down a fine line of glue—great for adhering delicately detailed paper die cuts, teensy embellishments, and bits of glitter. 

* 1 oz. | 30 ml
* Acid free
 
 
Have a super stampin' day!
 
Glimmer Hugs!
 
Susan

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