Product Focus: Sequins + Video

Hi everyone.

Tanti here. Hope you are all doing well.

Today I‘m going to write about one of my favorite crafting items, sequins.

I love working with sequins and I was very happy that Cocoa Daisy included it in a few of their kits this month.

So without further ado, here’s how I used them this month.

First of all, I made this shaker dashboard for my TN. You might have seen this in the group or on my IG account. I was inspired by the design of one of the dashboards from the dashboard kit itself. You can see how I created it in my October set up video at the end of this post.

You also might have already seen the next one.

I made a see through pocket.

For the pocket, I laminated some sequins along with one of the foiled vellum leaves from the Pocket Memory Keeping kit. Cut it to size and then I attached it to my TN.

I also glued some sequins directly to the page, just to give the page a pretty touch.

Next, I made these two bookmarks.

For the first bookmark, I laminated some sequins and one of the foiled vellum leaves again, cut it into size and attached two leaf puffy stickers back to back on the top of it.

The second bookmark is a shaker bookmark.

I laminated some die cuts and two foiled leaf vellums together and cut it to the size I wanted. Then I put it into a clear folder, fused the three edges, added some sequins and then fused the last edge to seal it. At last, I attached two leaf puffy stickers on the top of it as well.

The last item I made is this shaker die cut.

I put the sequins on a piece of patterned paper, glued the foiled leaf vellum on it. I just put the glue on the edges of the leaf vellum. Then, I fussy cut it.

I then put it into one of my clear pockets.

But you can also use this as a die cut for your journal page.

That’s all for today. Hope I can inspire you to use more of your sequins.

Thank you so much for stopping by and see you next time.

 

Tanti

IG: @tantikcreation

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