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Friday, May 14, 2010

Stained Glass Vellum

This card was made using the Stained Glass Vellum technique.  It's really simple.  Emboss your image on vellum card stock.  Color the image in on the back side.  Flip it over and add it to your card front.  I can't wait to try this technique for a Christmas card.

I used a couple of retiring colors on this card...Apricot Appeal and Lavender Lace.  Retiring colors are available only while supplies last (and demand has been much greater than anticipated), so be sure to order your "must haves" now. 

Note that the scalloped layer was made by layering 4 punched out scallop squares.  Also, the image was embossed before running it through the Big Shot.

Here's what I used:

Stamps:
Fine Flourish (from the Occasions Mini)
A Little Birthday Cheer

Paper:
Lavender Lace
     5-1/2x8-1/2 Card Base
     2-1/4x2-1/4 Layer
Apricot Appeal
     2x2 Layer
Certainly Celery
     Scraps for Scalloped Squares
     5-1/2x1 Strip
Vellum Card Stock
     3x3 Square

Ink:
Certainly Celery Marker
Lavender Lace Marker
Apricot Appeal Marker
VersaMark Ink
Black Stazon Ink

Accessories:
Black Embossing Powder
Embossing Buddy & Heat Tool
Mat Pack & Paper Piercer
Gold Brads
Apricot Appeal Narrow Grosgrain Ribbon
SU! Beautiful Butterflies Bigz Die
Scallop Square Punch
Glue Dots
Stampin' Dimensionals

Have a great weekend!
Beth




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