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Sat 02

New Release Glitter Heart
by Laura Fulcher

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Greetings friends. I am so happy to say that there is a new Memory Box release! I was immediately drawn to the new Crystal Heart die because I knew that the possibilities were endless for how you decide to color the die.

For my card, I decided to use 6 colors of glitter paper from the Memory Box Frosted Glitter pad. I chose six because I figured it was enough colors that I wouldn't have to worry too much about how to place the colors without the same color being next to itself.

To make the card, I cut out 6 glitter hearts:

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Now I have lots of leftover pieces of glitter paper to make more cards. The glitter paper is thick enough that the pieces didn't just fall out. However, I did place repositionable tape behind the leftover pieces so that they wouldn't fall out of the die and I would be able to find the correct pieces at a later date.

I paper-pieced the glitter pieces into a black cardstock heart and then added my sentiment below. Here is a close up:

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I'm curious. How would you use the die? Would you paper-piece the heart? Color the triangles? I would love to know. Have a great weekend!

 

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Comments

Fabulous design on this card. It would also look fab if you layer multiples of the frame and fill each section with translucent or glitter drops.

Love the crystal heart die.

Love the card, and this new heart die is fantastic!

Wow that’s a lot of work but the outcome is fabulous!

Definitely paper piece! Love your card and the heart die. Your card makes me think of a quilt.

Great dies, great card!

Beautiful die and a lovely paper pieced heart. Glitter and colour - what more could anyone wish for. I wonder if one could use Nuvo drops to fill each part?

Stunning card! Love the colors! Thanks for sharing!

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