The minute I saw these stamps online though, I knew I wanted to use the glitter window technique because fish are so sparkly anyhow and you can use just about any color on them and it will look okay. The directions are simple, the process takes a long time. Find a nice, open stamp. Stamp using black Stazon or another good black permanent ink on acrylic. Let it dry completely.
Select one color at a time and use Art Institute's Dries Clear glitter glue with the fine applicator tip, put glue in the section where you are using a specific color, for example, for the fish's face where I have orange, put the glue there and there alone if that is the only orange patch. Then sprinkle liberally with glitter and wait at least fifteen minutes for it to partially dry before tapping off your excess. The glue won't dry completely for a few hours, but will dry enough for you to add your next color. I usually glitter in one section, go do some laundry or some dishes with a timer on, tap it off, do the next section, then do a little more housework . . . see how it goes? The important thing with this technique is to be patient and let it dry at each stage.
When you're done, you flip the image over so you can see your stamped lines and the glitter will be on the back, so it won't rub off. For this card I cut out a rectangular hole and pasted a piece of very cool sea-looking background paper so the fish would look like they are swimming. Thanks for looking.
Stamps: Basic Grey beta series Gone Fishing
Ink: Black Stazon
Paper: Acetate and variety of DPs from Archiver's, SU Orange, PTI White, other papers that shall remain nameless because I didn't write them down before I cut them up
Other: SU Turquoise and Bluebird GG ribbons, a button, Martha Stewart glitter pack, AI dries clear glitter glue and applicator tip, assortment of nestabilities (including my new inverted scalloped square)