Monday, March 6, 2017

Stamped MICA from USArtQuest!

At AlteredPages we are really excited to partner with #USArtQuest this month.  Today I am using the USArtquest Mica Tiles to stamp the Eiffel Tower to use on my cards from the DIY Card Making Kit.


DIY Card Making Kit (total of 8 cards)
USArtQuest Mica Tiles (split the tiles before stamping)

With Black ink stamp the Eiffel Tower from Paris Muse Stamp on four sheets of mica, once for each card. Heat emboss with embossing powder to set the ink on the mica.

Addition to the kit card - Flowers

Attach the white paper strip and mica with Double sided tape, (put the tape on the mica where it would be hidden by embellishments)  

Adhere sentiment with Dimensional Adhesives and flowers with Glue.

Additions to the kit card - Bingo Card

Attach the white paper strip and mica with Double side tape, then the bingo card. 

Attach the then the bingo card, then adhere sentiment with Dimensional Adhesives.  Finally, add a Large Glitz Rhinestone!

Additions to the kit card - Mini Edges

Attach the white paper strip, black Mini Edges and mica with Double side tape 

Adhere sentiment with Dimensional Adhesives. 

Additions to the kit card - Mirrors 

Attach the white paper strip and mica with Double side tape.

Adhere sentiment with Dimensional Adhesives. Add Mirrors with Glue.

These would be great cards to send individually
or give as a gift set.

Thank you #USArtQuest for your generosity!


  1. Very nice. The Mica works great on the cards. Mica goes such long way since you can peel the layers apart. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Lyneen,
    I love mica on anything, but with the Eiffel Tower it is so beautiful.