Layered Glitter Glaze
It is Wednesday!! Today the Brutus Monroe Inspiration Team is showing you fun projects using Glitter Glaze. Brutus|Monroe Glitter Glaze is an incredible glitter medium that will make your project sparkle and shine. Our glitter glaze is based on the silk screen method of creating our popular Glitterstock. Using the glitter glaze is a breeze with stencils and screens with a palette knife.
To start, I taped a piece of Not Your Mama's Cardstock to a media mat using purple tape. This cardstock is very thick and holds glitter glaze well. Next, using a pallet knife a layer of grape glitter glaze was added. When adding glitter glaze you can control the thickness by adding a thin or thick layer on your paper. You can also ink the paper first with a color similar to the glitter glaze that you are using and put a thin layer that will show the color from the paper in some area's. The skies the limit with how you want to use your glitter glaze.
While the grape was drying I used masking paper and a heart die to cut a large heart in the middle of the masking paper. Once the grape glaze had dried the mask was over the panel the heart stencil was taped down to the the mask. Using the gold glitter glaze, and a pallet knife I added a thin layer over the heart stencil. Before the gold dried the mask and stencil were immediately removed.
The sentiment was added using layered gold and silver glitterstock cut from the "Congratulations" die and adhered with craft glue.
There are so many fun and creative ways to use Brutus Monroe Glitter Glaze. Check out what the rest of the fabulous team created below.
Have a great day!
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