Wildcard Wednesday – A Glossy Cardstock Technique

Hello and welcome.  It’s my birthday today!  I am 29 with shipping and handling.  I really love the stamp set I used today as it is so cute.  It is also the set that has the little copyright stamp so that many can sell their cards at craft fairs.  That policy is called the “Angel Policy”.  If you want more information about how it all works please email me.  I would be more than happy let you know of the details.  Anyway, on with this card.  I think the technique I used on this card is called “Wipe, striped” technique.  I honestly do not know.  I learned this little gem from my friend Sarah Flemming.  Anyway, I think the thing you are interested in is the technique not the name so here goes.  Check it out.

Here are the links to what I have used on today’s project. Please click on the picture or wording to be taken to the online store. If you make a purchase after clicking on my link, I receive a small commission as your demonstrator with no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate your support when shopping with me. Please do not hesitate to ask me a question as I am here to help you.


10 thoughts on “Wildcard Wednesday – A Glossy Cardstock Technique

  1. Ramsey

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY Susanne!!!! I love this card and am off to watch the video! There are times when I do wish I lived in Canada! It’s much cooler than Maryland!

  2. Kathy L

    Happy Birthday, Susanne! I’m sure S&H aren’t very much in Canada, so you are still youthful!!
    Your card today is beautiful. That’s a great way to create a rainbow effect, plus the embossing adds a sparkle to the glossy cs. Love it!

  3. Karen S

    Hi Susanne, I love your card design – fab! I really enjoy doing the Baby Wipe Techniques, especially the ‘Swipe’, you can get some interesting results; very good for ‘Northern Lights’. Shame about your Heat Gun 😦 I received the Holiday Catalogue yesterday, I shocked myself when I added up my list, oh well… Hope you had a lovely birthday. Really like this card Su. xx

    1. Susanne Post author

      Oh I know. I spent too much but it was for a good cause. Lol. I really liked this technique too. Glossy card fun.


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