I really love my Glimmer Mists - as some of you know ;-), but I'm really not too sure what I think of Glimmer Glaze and Glam. I have used them as topcoats, essentially painting over something giving it a nice glossy finish, but there had to be more you could do with it. Inspired by a recent Craft Stamper article that used Twinkling H2O's mixed with Crystal Lacquer to paint onto acetate, I played around with the technique of stamping onto acetate with StazOn then instead painting with the Glaze or Glam on the opposite side. Once dry, I attached it to a script card base with brads, then added an image on top of the acetate as well. Not a bad effect - what do you think?
This close-up shows the painted flowers really well. One cool thing about painting on the reverse is that you can be a little sloppy and it still looks good thanks to the stamping! I love this stamp from La Blanche - their stamps have great detail and I've purchased some to play with from my local RSS.
Here are the individual cards:
The first uses a script background from Paper Whimsy and an image from a cabinet card in my own collection.
The second uses French Kissed images.