Saturday, June 16, 2012

Art Glitter/Dreamweaver Stencil Crosspromotion

Welcome back to the Art Glitter/Dreamweaver Stencil Cross promotion month. We have paired up with this wonderful company to show you how our glitter can be used with these beautiful and detailed stencils. All of our designers will be using the Double Glitter Technique! Make sure and check out Dreamweaver Designers every Thursday!

You can find all their designers at

Make sure and play along all month with this fun challenge. Make sure and LINK to the Dreamweaver site to be eligible for 1 of 4 prize packages featuring stencils and glitter! You may even get your creation featured on Art Glitter's Blog!

Hope everyone will play along with this fun challenge. If you don't know how to do the Double Glitter Technique please head over to to see Lynell Harlow demonstrate.

Also for the month of June Art Glitter is selling all 1 oz jars of glitter for $5.98 regular price $7.32! Hope even if you don't play along with the challenge you will take advantage of the great price of glitter in June!

If you checked out the Art Glitter blog today you may have seen a card that I made with the Mosaic Swirl Stencil from Dreamweaver Stencils and the double glitter method.  I am using that stencil again for another project.  This time...a bangle bracelet.

For this project I used:  Art Glitter (of course!) - Ultra Fine Pearlescent - #179 - Tang, Ultra Fine Transparent Neon -  #238 - Barbie's,  and Ultra Fine Opaque - #30 Royale.
And Dreamweaver Stencil - #901 - Mosaic Swirls
Bangle Blank from Diy Bangle.

I started by soaping the stencil and then taping 2 strips of 3/4" double stick tape across it.  I then use my little glitter spoon to spread small amounts of Tang and Barbie's Pink glitter in random swirl patterns.  I used the spoon to spread this glitter out and make sure that all the areas had been filled.  Then I tapped the excess glitter on to a piece of card stock and then into a clean container to use the pink/orange mix for another project.  

I removed the tape from the stencil and filled in the exposed areas with Royale blue glitter.  I then removed the plastic backing from the glittered tape.  This was probably the most challenging part of the project...but have patience and eventually you will get the backing to release.  

The tape was then attached to a DiyBangle that had been painted black.  The two pieces are actually a little longer than you need.  Just snip off the excess neatly. 

I finished by running 1/4" double stick tape around each edge and covering this with more Royale blue glitter.


  1. awesome projects!!! GREAT job

  2. Fabulous project! Don't you just love those DIY bangles?

  3. Wow! Love the colors and of course the sparkle.

  4. I love this bracelet! Incredible.