Glitter Background For Your Poker Chips
Glitter Background: You will know how hard it can be to come up with a glitter background for cards for those of you who tend to doodle. It would help if you found a way to capture your thoughts so that other art types such as watercolors and oils fail to do. There is an art to drawing, and one thing that makes this so tricky is that there are no straight lines when attempting to draw something. The glitter background makes it easy to create detailed pictures that you will love.
When I was first learning to draw, I used rectangles for most of my work. Glitter backgrounds are great for drawing busy outlines. I prefer the glitter background because I can create so many different looks using the glitter that I choose. The best part about glitter background is that you can use just a few glitter drops and create something unique. I would recommend that you use glitter that is similar in size to the size of a pea. That way, it will be easier for you to blend the colors.
Here’s what you want to do for a glitter background: First, you need to make sure that the white paper you will use for your card is clean. If you leave glitter on the article, it will smear. It will be tough for you to transfer the picture to the card. Next, you want to take some black pencils and start to sketch out what you have in mind for your card. Keep in mind that you should keep your sketches simple. Remember that you are only trying to add glitter to your card’s background, so it will not matter how complex the drawing is.
Once you have your sketch finished, you will need to glue and put it on the card’s front. Glue a small amount of glitter on the glue, and then place your card on top of the glitter background. Make sure that the bond is relatively flexible before you snap the card in place. Once you have your card in place, you can put a bit of glitter on the bottom so that when you remove it from the background, the glitter will still show through. You will want to ensure that you use good quality glitter glue and your card’s right size.
You may find that you are running out of glitter once you put the glitter on your cards. To solve this problem, you will want to take some clear plastic wrap and lightly slap a sheet of clear plastic over one of your cards’ backgrounds. It will help you ensure that there is no glitter show on the menu; if you have more than one card that needs an environment put them all on top of one another and use the plastic wrap to keep them separated.
After you have placed your cards onto your glitter background, you will want to let it dry. You want to let it dry because the glue you used for your cards will not hold as long if it is damp. Glitter glue dries out quickly, and you will need to be careful about how much you allow it to sit on your cards.