Learn exactly how to make a shiny embellishment for card making with my latest JO-Tips video.

Have you ever noticed a card with add-ons with awesome sheen and shine? Wondered how to get it without breaking the bank? Read on!

Learn how to make a shiny embellishment for card making with a couple simple supplies!

Here’s why I love this idea.

  • it uses supplies and tools you probably have on hand
  • you can use it on stamped paper or cut out patterned papers
  • it’s easy peasey!
  • you get perfectly matched embellishments for your card
  • the results are spectacular

Let’s take a peek at my how-to video so you can make some right away too!

How to Make a Shiny Embellishment for Card Making

Here’s that other idea using the Best Dressed DSP! Of course you need a shiny lipstick and tube!

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Not Just for Card Making!

We made this super cute mini clutch purse last week over on my Facebook Group, Design with Jo VIPeeps. A simple click is all it takes and you can see how to make it too by heading over there and signing on. I go live every Tuesday night at 6:30 MST and would love to have you join in the fun.

Ever wondered how to make a shiny embellishment for card making?

Give It a Try Paper Crafter!

Use up some of your own supplies to get some awesome smooth and shiny embellishments perfectly coordinated to your project. Or if you don’t have these supplies, add them to your own stash by clicking on any of them here.

How to Make a Shiny Embellishment for Card Making

See You Later

I absolutely love to share time- and money-saving tips and tricks with you. Check out another fun one to show you how to get more from your craft supplies. I’ve also got a whole playlist of JO-Tips videos you’re going to LOVE! Check them out here.

Thanks so much for spending some time with me! I’ll leave you with a last look!

VIDEO for how to make a shiny embellishment for card making

Now you know how to make a shiny embellishment for card making, I’ll bet there are TONS of things you can shiny-up right in your own craft space – have fun!

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