Monday, June 16, 2014
Making Your own Epoxy Letters
Epoxy letters look slick - literally and figuratively. You can easily make your own with a little glossy accents.
This is a great way to add a little zing to your cardstock, too. Cut letters from cardstock or pattern paper as thin as you like and then add a layer of Glossy Accents (or Stampin' Up! Crystal Effects) for the epoxy look. You get whatever color and size you want in professional look.
The technique also works with regular stickers to give them a bit of lift.
Here's the process video:
I mentioned this is a trick to enhance cardstock. There are tons of tricks for using your cardstock in the Creative Cardstock class. When I published this self-paced class last fall, I listed the introductory price at $15. That price is about to expire. It will be available for $15 through June 27. Then the price increases to $20.
Click HERE for more details and there is a link on the sidebar for purchase at the $15 price. 10 lessons with videos, sketches and tons of tips. Once purchased, you can complete the class at your own pace.
Thanks for stopping by today!
Posted by Lisa Echerd at 7:10 AM
Labels: Cards, Scrapbooking, Video
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Such a great tip, and a great look, Lisa! Looks like I need to get myself some Glossy Accents. :)ReplyDelete
Oh definitely get some. Adds a great shine and a wonderful glue for small bits.Delete
this is a great looking card Lisa-thanks for the tip on the glossy accents-I tried it once but I think I didn't add enough and it looked streaked-will have to try this again-ReplyDelete
Love this idea, Lisa! I always have a bottle of Glossy Accents on hand. I should try to be more creative with it! :)ReplyDelete
Super cute card and fantastic tip, Lisa! Now I just need add Glossy Accents to my supplies!ReplyDelete
I have yet to pick up some Glossy Accents. This is a great tip to add to why I need to pick some up!ReplyDelete
Love the added interest this gives to the letters, Lisa. Fun card, too!ReplyDelete
Love this!!! Thanks!ReplyDelete
A really wonderful advice, as well as a wonderful search, Lisa! Appears like I need to receive me personally a number of Lustrous Accents.ReplyDelete