November 09, 2014

Colored Glue Background ...

Hi Everybody,

This post for the next few days are all scheduled to go out because as you read this I will be preparing to go on my adventure to Phoenix USA for the Ambassadors retreat with Spellbinders

I thought I would get in a quick, fun tutorial before I go and this is the card that was made from this technique. There is not a die used on this  and no flowers either.

It is a quick and easy way to use your colored glues and they come in many colors ... and don't forget the glitter glues too.

This one to the right uses Cosmic Shimmer in Pastel Pink, Blue and Green

And all I have done it wrap it with pink satin ribbon from Mei Flower

The  card to the left has used some  Pearly Scrumptious glue in pearl Pink, Blue and Ivory and I must admit that this is my favorite.

Again it has been wrapped in satin ribbon with a pearl cntre over the knot.

So scroll down for the video ... it's only five minutes long.

Once I get back home I will be adding more tutorials and passing on any tips and techniques that I learn while I am away.





I hope you enjoy both the video and the technique.

I will try to blog as much as I can while I am in Phoenix but please bear with me if I miss a day or am perhaps late with a post.

I have not forgotten the Friday Freebie  either and have scheduled a lovely card to go out on the day 

More tomorrow from wherever I am ...

Hugs xx

29 comments:

  1. This is a fab tutorial and a brilliant way of using odd glues. I,m going to try this with my old glitter glues today. xxxxx

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  2. What a lovely idea (and cards) have a wonderful trip and we look forward to all your new goodies and ideas! Safe travels x

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  3. Gosh you are just one Talented Lady Christina, beautiful cards i love them,
    Enjoy your time away and please say Hello to Christine Emberson for me , enjoy
    Take Care
    Elaine H X

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  4. Good morning Christina, I have you on "my favourites" on YouTube so I have watched this video and I love it. Will a little prep you have the makings of beautiful cards very easily.
    I hope you have an amazing time. Arizona is such a beautiful place. Enjoy.
    X Ros

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  5. Hi Christina these cards are beautiful, and would be great to make with the grandchildren.
    Have a wonderful adventure Christina, hope you really enjoy yourself.
    Kind regards.
    Anne Owens(Liverpool).

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  6. Piękne, delikatne i niezwykle eleganckie w swej prostocie!

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  7. Thank you for the tutorial! Enjoy Arizona and will look forward to your cards/ techniques blogged on your return!xx

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  8. Good morning Christina, wow you never fail to amaze, what a great idea yet again thank you so much, I will be giving this a go.
    I do hope you have the most fantastic time with Spellbinders in Arizona, this is something you so deserve after all your hard work, enjoy every minute of your adventure. Have a safe journey and take care.
    Hugs
    Margaret corgi owner

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  9. have a wonderful retreat, I know you will enjoy the time.

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  10. Good Morning Christina. Great card idea! Thank you for the tutorial. Have a wonderful and safe trip. Bring sun screen. A big Hug to you from the USA!

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    1. How pretty and fun. I would never have thought to do that. Have fun in Arizona. My sister lives near Phoenix. It's warm during the day but it's cold at night. Have fun.

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  11. What beautiful cards. Enjoy your trip and we will enjoy your cards while you are gone.

    Sue
    rolfe974@prodigy.net

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  12. So beautiful and so creative!

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  13. Wow, these look beautiful. What a creative idea Christina. Have a great time in Phoenix,
    Az. look forward to hearing about all the new tips.

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  14. Looks like fun! I'll have to give this a try now. Thank you, and enjoy your trip to Phoenix. BethAnn M.

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  15. Awesome video and technique Christina! Have a lovely time in Arizona :-)

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  16. Where can I find those colored glues?
    fnaeve@mac.com

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  17. Lovely card Christina,have a great time,hope you are brining your Camera Crew.
    Ita

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  18. Good luck Christina ,Enjoy your trip.

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  19. Thanks for the video, this is sure a neat idea that looks great when all put together. Looking forward to seeing some of your journey this next week, have a great time.

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  20. congratulations on your well deserved recognition of your talents! have a ball, and I'm sure you will make some fabulous new friends too!

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  21. Hi Christina, thank you for another precise tutorial. It is well worth remembering and trying out - the end result is very pretty.

    I think you are going to be in Arizona for their Warehouse Sale, how lucky is that? Go on, go mad with the plastic card......because you're worth it!!!!! I'm sure we are all looking forward to hearing the inside story when you get back. Enjoy, enjoy, and safe travelling.

    Mary Mac xx

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  22. Fabulous cards and such a fun technique,must try this.
    Have a great trip Maria x

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  23. Oh lovely technique again, thanks for video...great for a quickie card! Have a wonderful trip, look forward to hearing all about it...God Bless, take care....luv Ursula xx

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  24. I tried this today, I don't have the Cosmic Shimmer so I used some Perfect Pearls and it came out so pretty. Thank you for showing us this.

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  25. Lovely look Christina...will certainly give this a try!!!
    Hugs,
    Jan

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  26. Hi Christina,
    Thank you for a great tutorial, I will certainly use up some of my old glues, mostly glitter glues, could you use the 'puffy paint' in the same way? Have a fantastic and safe time in USA. Cheers. Di x

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  27. A very effect technique Christina and makes gorgeous cards...thank you for showing us how its done..

    Anne

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  28. Christina,
    Oh my gosh, it's like being a kid again...how fun. Goegeous cards, great tutorial, thank you.

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