MFTv – Glitter Rainbow

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It’s a well-known fact that glitter is a pretty divisive subject in the crafting world…love it or hate it, it definitely inspires strong feelings. If you fall on the “hate it” side of the divide though, maybe it’s because you love the look but aren’t thrilled by the application and mess it generates. If that describes your attitude, we may just convert you with today’s episode of MFTv! Stephanie is sharing some fantastic tips for using our colorful collection of microfine glitters – just the ticket for adding some sparkle to a lucky St. Patrick’s Day inspired card!

Handmade card from Stephanie Klauck featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps

Handmade card from Stephanie Klauck featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps

Watch MFTv – Glitter Rainbow on YouTube or by playing the embedded video below. To be entered into the weekly drawing, be sure to leave a comment on this video on our YouTube channel – the winner will be selected from there!

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  • Tammy Pierce

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    This glitter rainbow with the gold coins is just great! You guys do wonderful works of art

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  • kim

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    Īm sold , love the glitter and tape strips. Great idea.

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  • Karen

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    I’ m definitely a glitter junkie! It adds so much to a card. I’m also a big fan of St. Patrick’s Day & try to make cards for my friends every year. I’ve done the pot of gold in the past….but I like yours better! Thanks for a great tutorial on using scor-tape and glitter.

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  • Jan Stroh

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    I love this!

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  • Beka L

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    I absolutely love the micro fine glitter!

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  • frances haddock

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    I love this card. Rainbows are a favorite of mine and the glitter you used really does a great job!

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  • Pat McCleary

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    I seldom use glitter, but I love this ; maybe the super fine is what I need. This card is so fun, Stephanie.

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  • Marilyn Falcone

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    Love this card. Glitter can be so messy but it’s worth it. Bring on the bling!

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  • K Hetherington

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    I love your card. Thanks for sharing such a good idea.

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  • Sue LD

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    Love this idea!

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  • Cheryl

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    Great idea. I will try this with the tape and glitter on my next card!

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  • Diane Maylin

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    I love this rainbow card! I am going to have to give it a try! Thanks!

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  • Melissa

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    Thank you for sharing a fun way to add sparkle to projects!

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  • Sally Puckett

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    Cute St. Patrick’s Day card. Great tip for using glitter. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

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  • Arianna Barbara

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    Really adorable!!!

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  • marylouh

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    Happy St. Patrick’s Day.
    Great card.
    thanks for sharing.

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  • Kate Parrish

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    Love the idea…thanks so much for helping us stretch our materials!!

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  • Kim E. Sharabba

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    Gumballs and a succulent pot. Honestly. Amazing. Super cute. And that darn glitter is so wonderful.

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  • Sandy Rasmussen

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    Wow. Such a great easy way to add glitter that will stay on your card instead of rubbing off all over the place. So easy and so pretty. Thank you for showing us this card.

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  • Sabrina Radican

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    What a super card and I loved how you used your dies to come with your pot of gold and the gold coins!!! Perfect!!

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  • Tracy Lustick

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    Very clever !

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  • Pattie

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    Awesome card…I am just learning these steps…you make it look very easy….thankyou Pattie Hillenberg

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  • Rita

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    I am a glitter “hater” due to the mess, but now I will try again using your tips. Thanks!

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  • Carol Garcia

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    Cute card, fun way to use things we have on hand!

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  • Teresa Doyle

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    This is so adorable. My sister in law &I share our birthday on St. Patrick’s Day so I always make her a St.Pat’s/birthday card. (Something my Mom always had a hard time finding for me, never mind my oldest sister was born on Halloween….Another hard on to get! LOL)

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  • Linda Anderson

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    Very pretty! I’m always making St. Pat’s cards for my friend. I really appreciate the new design idea. Thank you!

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  • Lynda J

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    You definitely have better luck cleaning up your glitter than I do – even using the same methods as in the video. Guess I need to give it another try! Thank you for the video.

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