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It's your day to shine with Shine Bright stamps

Linda here to share It's your day to shine with Shine Bright stamps. I'm loving these light bulb stamps that were released in May. So today I decided that these needed actual lights behind them to shine through.

It's your day to shine with Shine Bright stamps

Here is a video of how I created the card It's your day to shine with Shine Bright stamps.

Simple supplies used for It's your day to shine with Shine Bright stamps

Shine Bright
Detail Ink
Black Pen
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists
Red Velum
White cardstock
foam tape
scissors and /or craft knife
Watercolor pencil
paint brush
Brutus Monroe Craft Glue
MISTI

Stamp light bulbs on Three pieces of paper. One will be the topper, then velum, last is a piece that will attach to the card.

The reason for three stampings is so that the top can have the light blubs cut free. The velum can be seen through the hole and on the back so that you can place the lights where these can be seen.

It's your day to shine with Shine Bright stamps

Draw lines with a black pen to connect the bulbs.

After stamping cut the openings for the bulbs using scissors or a craft knife. Color the images with watercolor pencil. Then color the background using two colors of Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists.

It's your day to shine with Shine Bright stamps

Arrange the lights over the bulbs. In my case I had more lights than bulbs so I doubled over the string so that there were two lights each. And then I only had to combine a couple more when I started to put the lights on the card. I used tape to hold the wire and lights in place. Making sure to have the on off switch over to the side where it could be reached.

Use foam tape to make a frame around the card and add a little in the center to keep the card from smashing the lights.

Layer the pieces together. Now switch on and enjoy.

It's your day to shine with Shine Bright stamps

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