Hello! I have a super holographic card to share with you today. I felt like making something super shiny, with products I haven’t used in a while, and this is what I came up with.
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I have a pack of Starry Night Clear Designer Toner Sheets from Therm O Web. Unfortunately, this particular Toner Sheet is no longer available, but there are many other fun styles HERE. I used the Iridescent Deco Foil on it and my gosh, is it stunning all on it’s own! Because there is so much negative space with this Toner Sheet, I decided to make it a shaker card. No big surprise, I know. I pulled out the Oh, Hollo Sparkle Blend from Doodles Paper Playground because I knew it would be absolutely perfect with Starry Night in the foreground. To make the shaker, I die cut a frame from black cardstock and adhered it to the Toner Sheet. I used Therm O Web’s Black Foam Tape, which I cut in half, to build the shaker window.
Seriously, look at all of that holographic goodness! On my card base, which is also the background of my shaker, I flicked on two metallic colors of FineTec watercolors because even though there’s a lot going on with this card, I could not leave it plain. My sentiment is from an older stamp set from Gina K Designs called All Stars.
I seriously love this card. The foam tape is high enough for the shaker bits to mover around freely, and the shine that is all over the card is totally mesmerizing! It’s so fun to watch the colors shift and change as you move the card in the light. If you’re looking to add some Sparkle Blends to your collection, please use my code, ALISON10 to save 10% on your regular priced purchase, not including bundles. I’ll have my latest Artesprix sublimation project up tomorrow, so I hope you’ll come back. It’s is an awesome project! Thanks so much for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!
Niki Zipp says
What die did you use to cut the string of stars?
Hi, the stars are pre-printed on the Toner Sheet. No cutting necessary. Thanks for checking out my blog.