Welcome my dear readers! Anna-Maria Wolniak here. We meet once again at October Afternoon! I prepared something special for you for today's post. A short and easy 'glitter splatter' tutorial which is perfect for all your chrismtas-y projects!
Put a tiny drop of glue on something (I used the cap from a
little jar), add water and mix it in 1:2 proportion (two parts of water).
Now just make some water-glue splatters on your surface and don't let them dry until...
... you sprinkle them with the glitter.
Let the glue with glitter dry and then just blow the excess glitter off. The splattters are done. It's very easy, isn't it? And how attractive! I really love these splatters, I used some in one of my projects last week ('Baby it's cold outside'). Here you have an example, my 'very merry' reindeer! Of course the whole project is made with latest October Afternoon line - 'Silent Night'!
This time I didn't make any chaotic splashes. I painted (using a water-glue mixture) this chevron pattern and then I sprinkled it with glitter. The whole process is the same as above, only a shape of it is different.
I hope my 'glitter splashes' tutorial was helpful. I would like to see your project using this techinique as well! Have a nice weekend.