I made it the same way, using Stix-2 double sided adhesive film on acetate, much quicker for glitter than waiting for glue to dry.
The stamps are by Elusive Images( now Chocolate Baroque) but I think it may be retired.
However, I have the perfect thing for this: an adhesive eraser.
This is a spare, the package says it removes all Xyron adhesives, but I have not yet found a glue it does not remove, even liquid glues once they have dried, of course. Its a really useful bit of kit, and I am probably going to show my age here, but do any of you remember the sandals we used to wear in the summer,when we were kids, usually Burgundy or Dark blue? Do you remember the soles of them? Well this adhesive eraser is just like the stuff that the soles were made from.
You can trim it down once it starts to get mucky, you can see I have cut the corners off this one.
This is the 'before' pic, and if you click it to enlarge, you will see little patches of adhesive down the edge of the vellum.
This is after its been cleaned up with the eraser.
Cool, huh? This is the front view, but it was actually the back where the vellum was folded over the spine that I wanted to clean up, as that would be on show- this front bit will be covered.I just photographed the wrong side, I admit it.
And here's how I make the folded bow.
First wrap a length of ribbon around the card, and secure with glue dots. Now cut another length to make the first folded bow. Add a couple of glue dots to the centre, and fold each end to the middle & press onto the glue dots.
Cut a slightly shorter piece and repeat the process.
Now add a couple of glue dots to the front centre of the larger bow, and press the smaller one on top.