Sugar Skulls are a popular theme right now, even for a wedding. Today Tammy will show us how she incorporated this theme into some personalized beer steins using the glitter sheets from The Buckle Boutique. This glitter sheet cuts so smoothly you will have no problem creating even the smallest details. Since the product is thin and flexible it will lay flat on a curved surface . . . like these glasses. And did I mention, the glitter sheets have adhesive on the back. Just cut your image and peel off the backing
Another nice feature of our glitter sheets is that the glitter will not fall off because it is baked right into the sheet. So now you can enjoy the sparkle of projects like this without leaving a trail of glitter around the house!
Head over to Tammy’s blog for all of the details . . . just click HERE.
To purchase your glitter sheets click HERE.
Here is a great card that Patti made using the rhinestone sticker sheets from The Buckle Boutique. I think this is a cute way to use an old key that you don’t know what it unlocks!
Head over to Patti’s blog for the full tutorial by clicking HERE.
Today Tammy is going to show us how to embellish a planner with some simple shapes from the glitter and rhinestone sticker sheets from The Buckle Boutique.
For more details, check out Tammy’s blog HERE.
Today Nancy is going to share a cute Halloween Mason Jar Project she created with the glitter vinyl from The Buckle Boutique and her Cricut.
Head over to Nancy’s blog by clicking HERE.
Today we have a great project from Tammy for a Halloween party
For all of the details, just click HERE for details!
Here is a great mixed media project using the rhinestone sticker sheets from The Buckle Boutique to add some sparkle
Head over to Patti’s blog to see the full project by clicking HERE.
Today Nancy is going to show us a great way to add some sparkle to a pumpkin for your Halloween crafting . . . and it is so cute you really could leave it out until Thanksgiving too!
Nancy used the Cheetah print rhinestone sticker sheets for this project, and because of the way she cut it, it does not come off as an animal print. I think it is the perfect pattern since it offers a beautiful blend of brown and gold tones . . . so fitting for your fall decorating! The best part is that this Cheetah print is on sale right now. Hurry and get yours now before supplies run out . . . click HERE.
Make sure to head over to Nancy’s blog for the full project tutorial . . . just click HERE.