Joanne always frames her panels in black, for a very striking setting. Her creations are lovely and you can find lots of information and beautiful cards on her blog here.
I like to tease Joanne about glitter, because I brought a project once to a gathering to show everyone how to make the glitter window without knowing that Joanne has an eye condition that causes her to completely avoid glitter. So you can guess what happened . . . we had a glitter explosion which covered her head to toe in glitter.
Glitter window is time consuming but always produces a very sparkly, pretty result. Simple instructions for glitter window . . .
1. Stamp your image on acetate.
2. Using Art Institute dries clear glue, apply one color of glitter at a time.
3. Allow it to dry at LEAST fifteen minutes inbetween applying the next color of glitter. This is a great project to do when you have lots of little housework chores, set the timer, go about your business and when the timer beeps, go back and apply the next color.
4. Flip your image over and use glue dots or brads to attach the acetate to the layer underneath.
This also fits the Midnight Madness sketch challenge for the week, MMSC15 on Priscilla Styles blog. Thanks for looking.
Stamps: PTI Damask Designs (sentiment), Outlines for main image
Paper: Doodlebug Designs designer paper, SU black
Other: Art Institute dries clear glitter, Martha stewart glitter pack, SU vanilla hardware, black (glittery!) brads, Basic Grey fiber