Today I’m sharing Sip Sip Hooray 3 ways for you in more detail. I showed them in last month’s Stampin’ Creative blog hop, but didn’t go into the sizes and product lists etc. Well, the good news is I made a FB Live showing how to make 1 of the cards which you can see below. It is my raw and uncut Facebook Live, so you will see that I too mess up, make mistakes and get it wrong sometimes, but it always works out in the end!
Sip Sip Hooray 3 Ways
I have found out that the Mercury Glass sheets actually have a really thin layer coating, which you need to remove before you use them! Ah well, you live and learn! So, make sure you check that out ok? I have to say having removed a piece of the film it does make both sides look even more shiny and amazing! You really should grab some of this stuff. I’ve put all the links below.
The basic card layout 14.4 x 10 cm for the base layer of both blue cards. One uses the Designer Series Paper or DSP from See A Silhouette paper pack. The other uses Bermuda Bay card stock. For the split card, I explain how you cut out a section of your card base front and fill in with the Metallic Acetate sheet.
You can see all the products I used, which isn’t that many, in the list below. Obviously this is for all 3 cards, you could just choose those colours you prefer best.
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Pip Todman aka Queen Pip
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