A Touch of Fairy Sparkles

Hello everyone! Its Nandini,

I am here today with a product review of some wonderful Itsy Bitsy products.  I received three shades of Fairy Sparkle, Texture Tack and a pack of Fleece White card stock from the store and I was quite happy to do the review for the glitter elements!

I made several cards using these products and I am very, very happy and impressed with the quality.

I used simple stamping for the first card.

I randomly stamped some flowers and leaves on a white panel to create an all over design. I then dipped the broad end of my brush into the texture tack and dotted it at the center of the flowers. I sprinkled the Fairy Dust over it and let it dry for some time.

I really love the crisp and bright images I got with the Fleece White paper and the little bit of bling that the Fairy Sparkle added.

Here are two more cards I made with Fleece White card stock and simple stamping.

A blue and white card with randomly stamped sentiments. This is a great way to stretch your sentiment stamps. 


Create your own pattern paper with random stamping.  I love the slight texture of the paper. 

For this card I decided to use stenciling.

I took a piece of paper that my kids had colored with distress inks from my scrap pile. I used a stencil that I had hand cut ages ago and applied some purple distress ink through it. I shifted the stencil slightly and applied Texture Tack through it. I then sprinkled the Fairy Sparkle and left it to dry. To match the card base, I trimmed the Texture White paper to size and applied the ink to paper directly.

I love the artsy look of this card. It is very easy to use the Texture Tack with a stencil and I love that it washes off very well.

For the next card I decided to combine the Fairy Sparkle with die cuts.

I first created my panel with my stencil. I die cut the sentiment and then covered it with Texture Tack. I pressed the whole thing in a pool of Fairy Sparkle and left it to dry. To finish, I popped up the panel on a matching card base and adhered the sentiment to it.

For my final card I wanted to try something different. I decided to try stamping with texture tack.

I took a piece of Texture White card stock and stamped several flowers and leaves which I die cut with the matching dies. I used layering set and stamped one layer with texture tack. I added some Fairy Sparkle and allowed it to dry. I added the sentiment and finished up with some pretty sequins.

Really love the bit of sparkle that the Fairy Sparkle adds. Here is a closeup of the card.


Here are the Itsy Bitsy products I used. I have included links to the products as well.

Fleece White
Texture Tack
Fairy Sparkle – Lilac
Fairy Sparkle – Sterling Silver



I hope you enjoyed this post and will try these wonderful products. 

Love,

Nandini

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