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Cut It Up: Cameo Pens – Lilith Eeckels

Today I am going to share a layout I made with my die cutting machine. I used my Silhouette Cameo and also my Big shot.

I love using my Cameo for cutting shapes but you can do so much more with it. I used my sketch pens to sketch a leaf shape onto a 12*12 sheet of cardstock. I then applied some gesso over it. It softens the look and will be a base for my watercolours.
Once the gesso was dry I played with some gelatos and watercolours.
The next step was to add the photo with a couple of layers beneath. I cut up one of the cards from the Felicity Bits & Pieces paper which says BE TRUE TO WHO YOU ARE. The I cut out some flowers from the Floral Paper from the Brightside collection. Then I cut out some flowers and butterflies with my Big Shot machine which I I coloured slightly with some watercolour paint.
I added a couple of enamel dots as well as  Rhinestone from the Carpe Diem collection and clustered them around the die cuts.
I had so much fun creating this layout and really love the sketched look created with the Silhouette Cameo. I will definitely be using my sketch pens more often.

“Be true to who you are”-Supplies:
Glitz Design “Brightside” Papers: Floral, Circles,
Glitz Design “Brightside” 12 x 12 Alphas & Accents Sticker Sheet,
Glitz Design “Felicity” Paper: Bits & Pieces,
Glitz Design “Felicity”12×12 Alphas & Accents Sticker Sheet,
Glitz Design “Carpe Diem” Rhinestones,
Other: Big Shot, Sizzix dies, Silhouette Cameo, Silhouette cut file,  watercolours, gelatos, enamel dots.


Sparkle & Shine: Stitching Bits and Pieces – Eunyoung Lee


Hello, Glitz Fans~ It’s Eunyoung. Today I ‘m sharing a layout with my mini garden photos.

My mother loves gardening. So we have a mini garden on the rooftop.

There are cherry tomatoes, eggplant, grapes, strawberries and many flowers. Though it is not huge, it’s so beautiful and lovely.
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This photos is taken in my mini garden. What do you think??? I love to take photos here. Here is my hot photo zone!!

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Machine stitching on layout is a good embellishment. It’s not difficult. I always use simple stitching! I hope that you’ll share a layout with your favorite place.

Supplies :
Felicity 12×12 Paper Bits & Pieces
Felicity 12×12 Alphas & Accents Sticker Sheet
Felicity 6×6 Paper Pad

Sentimental: Woodland Animal card set – Jocelyn Olson

Hi all! It’s Jocelyn on the blog today.

If you’re like me, I’m always needing a little gift for someone. One of my favorite homemade gifts is a card set–they can be personalized, they’re practical, and they don’t cost a fortune. All good things, right?

I made one recently with some of the woodland animals in the Carpe Diem collection:

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I mixed the Felicity and Carpe Diem collections to make a set of four cards and matching envelopes. Each of the cards have the same design, but I used a different animal for each card:


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In the Carpe Diem collection, the animals are solid mint and pink. That’s where the cool digital technique comes in. I wanted to mix the collections, so I “clipped” the Felicity zigzag paper to each of the animals. To clip a patterned paper to a digital element, in Photoshop, layer the paper above the element. Click on the patterned paper layer and hit “Control+G” (or “Command+G” on a Mac). The paper will clip to the element like I did for the animals on these cards. It’s a great way to stretch your digital supplies.

Here’s a close-up of one of the cards:

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After I altered the animals, I added the sentiment from the digital Carpe Diem Element Pack 2. I printed out each of the panels and added a bit of mist.

If you’re not wanting to tackle the digital element, you can make a similar card by either using the Carpe Diem animals in their original colors, or tracing the animals onto the Felicity paper and fussy cutting them.


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I used the Felicity 6×6 Paper Pad to layer some strips on each card. Since the cards are meant to be mailed, I tried to keep the embellishments and dimension to a minimum. Under each of the panels, I layered the grey stripe paper from the Black and White collection.


Be True to Who You Are

Thanks for stopping by!

“Be True to Who You Are” Supplies
Glitz Design Black and White 12×12 “Stripe”
Glitz Design Felicity 6″x6″ paper pad
Glitz Design Carpe Diem Element Pack 2
Glitz Design Carpe Diem Element Pack 3
Glitz Design Felicity Paper Pack 2
Other supplies: sequins, doily, spray mist

Focus on Digital: 77

Hey there, Glitz friends!  Welcome to another Focus on Digital post!  Today we have two kits apart of the One Buck Wednesday sale @ Snap Click Supply!!

Our digital designers have created some samples for you today that are amazing!! Check them out!

“The tween years! Full of dreams and joys! Each day is new and exciting! The orange and turquoise colors of the 77 Full Collection is perfect for this photo! Using the magic wand tool, I selected the white background of the card and deleted it, leaving just the words. I did the same thing for the card with the VW bus on it. ”

Supply List:
77 Full Collection
Other: Anna Aspnes


“I love this set of journaling cards in Glitz Design “77″ element pack 1.  I picked one to be the focus point of my layout.  I used plain white, black, and silver accents to make the journaling card stand out.”

Supply List:
Glitz Design “77″ Paper Pack 1
Glitz Design “77″ Element Pack 1
Others:  xoxo by Amy Tangerine, silver glitter tape, tissue wrap, star transparency


“About the page: I used my own template to mask the orange heart background. I created clusters and layers around the photo still making it stand out even with lots of going on the background.”

Supply List:
Glitz Designs “77 complete collection”
Other: Mye De Leon’s “Throwback” elements


“Today I was going for simple and clean, with the photo as the focus of my page. The bold, black and white journal cards in the 77 element pack 1 caught my attention. I knew they would be the perfect accents for my black and white photo of our new little pug. I used a few of the little word art strips and then made my own “pug” word art strip by sampling out the blue from the other pieces. The soft blue background paper, with its subtle tone-on-tone design, just made everything on the page pop, especially the photo. This layout came together so easily, that I didn’t feel the need to add anything else. Love when that happens. ”

Supply List:
Glitz Design “77″ paper pack 1
Glitz Design “77″ element pack 1
Other: font: Desyrel


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“This week, I didn’t think I’d have enough time to make a hybrid layout, but I managed to pull this page together super fast . . . and with enough time to get it photographed! This is one of my favorite papers from the 77 collection and with the gorgeous design and typography, all I had to do was add an image. Just because I had some extra time I decided also add two circular die cuts as a finishing touch. This is one of the fastest pages I’ve ever put together because all the gorgeous elements in the 77 collection basically did all the work for me!”

Supply List:
Glitz Design “77″ full kit

Be sure to head on over and pick up these amazing kits at such a great price….the sale is good for today only!!  Have an awesome Wednesday!

Day to Day: Filler Project Life Pages – Jennifer Chapin

Hey there! Today I am sharing a pocket style scrapbook page for my PL album. I have had fun completing my album this year, and while I am not “caught up” by any stretch, I am happy with what I do have! I had a few weeks that needed a filler page in between and this is it!

I love adding enamel dots to my PL pages but I usually add the dots on the outside of the protector to prevent any glare that the dimension might cause.

The camera 3×4 card is fabulous and paired wonderfully with a few elements from the Black & White collection.

I also knew I had to add the Hooray card and it paired wonderfully with some sequins. You will also notice that my date stamp is a favorite in my PL pages!

Today I am also announcing that I am leaving the Glitz team. Some of you may know that I am a nurse and am going back to school to pursue my master’s degree and that means cutting back quite a bit on scrapbooking! I have to thank Laura, Lea and all the Glitz Girls for being so awesome; I have loved working with you. And thank you to all the Glitz blog readers for your sweet comments! I truly appreciate every single one.

PL Page Supplies:
Glitz Design “Brightside” papers: Bits & Pieces, 6×6 pad
Glitz Design “Brightside” 12×12 Alphas & Accents Sticker Sheet
Glitz Design “Felicity” 12×12 Alphas & Accents Sticker Sheet
Glitz Design “Black & White” 12×12 Stickers Alphas & Words
Glitz Design “Black & White” Puffy Stickers


**Thank you so much, Jennifer, for being such an inspiring creative team member!  We have enjoyed your projects this year, and wish you the best of luck for your future!**



On Trend: Grid Design – Olatz Garaiyurrebaso

Today, I am here to share an On Trend layout. I noticed on Pinterest and on many other scrapbooking galleries that layouts based on grid designs seem to be everywhere right now! I worked with this kind of design many times before and I can admit that I am a huge lover of it. It is the perfect design to add several photos on a page in an interesting way. I normally play with 3×3 grids (9 squares in total) but since this time I wanted to add 7 photos I decided to try a bigger grid: a 4×4 design with 12 squares in the end.

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I started by choosing where I wanted to place my  2″ photos and once I was happy with how they looked, I cut 5 paper squares to completed the design. Instead of squares you can also used some circles or even experiment with other forms. The possibilities are endless.

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Then, I decorated the squares with stickers from different collections by Glitz and I also added a few details to a couple of photos to help to tell my story. I chose subtle papers because the photos already had a lot of color and I didn’t wanted to overdecorate the page.

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Finally, I wrote my journaling right on 2 of the squares and I added a big title to complete the page.

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If you haven’t worked with grids on a layout yet, I hope this inspires you to give it a try!


Supply List:
Glitz Design “77″ Alphabets & Words Sticker Sheet
Glitz Design “77″ Titles & Accents Sticker Sheet
Glitz Design “Black & White” Alphabets & Words Sticker Sheet
Glitz Design “Black & White” Titles & Accents Sticker Sheet
Glitz Design “All Dolled Up” Titles & Accents Sticker Sheet
Glitz Design “Felicity″ Alphas & Accents Sticker Sheet
Glitz Design “Carpe Diem″ Alphas & Accents Sticker Sheet
Glitz Design “Carpe Diem” 12×12 Paper Polka
Glitz Design “77″ 6×6 Paper Pad
Glitz Design “Carpe Diem″ 6×6 Paper Pad

Sentimental: Mini Photo Cards – Eunyoung Lee


Hello Glitz fans~ Today I’m sharing a set of mini photo cards with you!

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I used white cardstock, Glitz Design 6×6 paper pads and photos. Each side is 4 inches.


I love this ice cream pattern! It is really sweet and cute. (from Glitz Design “Brightside” 6×6 paperpad)

After machine stitching on pattern paper pieces, I layered them.

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This is for my niece, I used her photo. She really loves ice cream!!! The middle page is for journaling.


There are details.

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2nd greeting card is for me!!! : ) Sometimes I write to myself…. I used my happy moment photos.


Here are the details. Felicity Paper includes so many unique patterns. I love the peaceful & happy summer mood it gives!

Glitz Design “Brightside” 6×6 paperpad
Brightside 12 x 12 Alphas & Accents Sticker Sheet
Glitz Design “Felicity” 6×6 Paper Pad
Felicity 12×12 Alphas & Accents Sticker Sheet
White cardstock

Focus on Digital: Finnley

Hey there, Glitz friends!  Today our digital designers are sharing projects with you using the Finnley collection.  Check them out!

“Today I have a hybrid project to share with you.  I recycled a box and turned it into a baby keepsake box.  Glitz’s Finnley collection is perfect for this.  First, I spray painted the box white.  Then I used my Silhouette Cameo to print and cut the digital papers and elements that I wanted to use in this project.  The last step was playing with the pieces and layering to my liking.”

Supply List:
Glitz Design “Finnley” Paper Pack
Glitz Design “Finnley” Element Pack #2
Others:  Studio Calico box, ribbon, doily, shipping tag


“I captured this photo of my grandson while he was patiently (impatiently?) waiting for his sister to blow out the candles on her birthday cake. I converted my photo to black and white for more contrast and cohesiveness on the page. I don’t like to journal and the word labels in the The Finnley Collection are perfect for telling your story!”

Supply List:
Finnley Full Collection
Other: Anna Aspnes, Design by Dani


“About my page: This kit is perfect for this sweet photo of my newest niece and her big brother. Using the smaller papers as mats made it easier for me too. I kept this one pretty simple again by layering and clustering just enough elements to focus on the photo. ”

Supply List:
Glitz Designs “Finnley” full collection


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“Finnley is one of my favorite Glitz Design collections and I was so excited to work with it again! For this week’s layout I created a ruffled effect using using the tutu die cut in element pack #2. I used my Cameo to cut it out 18 times and Photoshop to recolor them. I also cut out the striped circle 5 times and the gorgeous floral die cut 4 times . . . just one of the many perks of working with the digital collection”

Supply List:
Glitz Design “Finnley” full kit


Aren’t those projects amazing!!  Thanks to our lovely digital designers for creating such fantastic projects this week using the amazing Finnley collection!

Have a wonderful Wednesday!!

Day to Day: Using the Collect App – Raquel Bowman

Hey everyone!

Today I am here to share a layout I created for the ‘Day to Day’ series on the Glitz Blog. Its a day where the projects focus on the everyday happenings; whether that be through Project Life style creations or regular layouts.

I have recently had another baby, 3 weeks ago to be exact (a lil boy named Jack if you were wondering), and have been looking for a way to document his life in an effective but time efficient way. I know this is where the pocket page scrapbooking may suit me, but this search also encouraged me to delve to the apps available on iPhone/android to see what was out there which would support this.

On the search I found the app called Collect.

Before I begin, this post is not affiliated with the app at all, I just thought it would be cool to share.
Anyways, I love love love this app. It has the ability to create a sleek and professional looking polaroid image using your cameras photo roll in seconds. You can add the date and some journaling too. For pocket page scrappers, this app would be perfect. Unfortunately this app is only available for iPhone users.
So in order to have a practice with the app, I decided to choose something to photograph from my every day and create a layout for you all. What is a better everyday moment than that first cup of coffee for the day? I printed this out in a 3×4 size, I just love the look it gives.
Here is the layout I created:

And some detailed close up images:

Here I have used a Giant Rhinestone from the Carpe Diem collection too

Extra journaling.

I created lots of layers using the papers from the ‘Carpe Diem’ 6×6 paper pad.



“Daily Cup” layout supplies:
Glitz Design “Carpe Diem” papers – Paper Polka, Bits and Pieces
Glitz Design “Carpe Diem” 12×12 Sticker Alpha & Words
Glitz Design “Carpe Diem” 12×12 Sticker Titles and Accents
Glitz Design “Carpe Diem″ Mint Chain Washi Tape
Other: White cardstock, plain vellum, doily, sewing machine and white thread, Freckled Fawn arrow clip, A Piece of Cake Designs wood veneer, Jenni Bowlin mask, Faber Castell Whipped Spackle, Prima enamel hearts, black ink, butterfly punch, foam tape.

I am in the making of putting together my third process video for this layout, so if you are wanting to check this out, subscribe to my You Tube channel to get the updates by clicking the image below :)


On Trend: Scribbles – Jocelyn Olson

Hi everyone! It’s Jocelyn on the blog today.

When I was a kid, I used to write my name in big block letters and decorate the insides of the letters (sometimes with puffy paint pens–hey, it was the ’80s). I’m not much of a doodler now, but I still love the look. Lately, I’ve been noticing doodles, and in particular scribbles, popping up in the scrapbooking world.

I made a trio of cards using a mix of Glitz lines, and I incorporated scribbles into each of them.


I used my favorite Brightside striped paper for the base. Using my Silhouette, I die-cut the scribbles in white. I fussy-cut around the die-cuts with papers from the Brightside, Felicity, and 77 collections.

I popped up some of the scribble flowers for a little dimension:


The next card is a little softer, and I used some hybrid elements:


The Glitz Black and White collection has an awesome scribble Floral paper. Using the digital Black and White collection, I recolored a few of the scribbles, resized them, and fussy-cut them. The black and white paper competed with the colored flowers, so I added some vellum.

The sentiment sticker from the Felicity collection has a cute little heart doodle. Love it!


For my last card, I kept it pretty CAS:

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I die-cut the sketchy stars from Brightside papers and layered it over Felicity paper. I had a left-over die-cut scribble and added it under the sentiment sticker from Carpe Diem.

I’ve managed to use all of my yellow heart Brightside paper, so I simply printed off some of the digital paper. I love that with the digital papers, you never have to worry about running out.

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If you’ve made a project with doodles or scribbles, please leave a link in the comments. I’d love to see it! Thanks for stopping by!
Scribble Trio Supplies
Glitz Design Black and White papers–Floral
Glitz Design Felicity 12×12 Stickers Titles and Accents
Glitz Design Carpe Diem 12×12 Stickers Titles and Accents
Glitz Design Brightside 12×12 Stickers Titles and Accents
Glitz Design Brightside 6×6 paper pad
Glitz Design Felicity 6×6 paper pad
Glitz Design 77 6×6 paper pad
Glitz Design Black and White paper pack 2
Glitz Design Brightside paper pack 1
Other: Paper Smooches dies, Avery Elle die, Papertrey Ink dies, doily, vellum, sequins, Hemptique twine, Mr. Huey’s spray mists

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