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NaBloPoMo Day 5: Stained Glass Technique on Vellum

Today’s post is a cool technique that you can do with Vellum. It’s called “Stained Glass Technique.” Here’s how to do it:

Stamp you image with Versamark and cover with Pewter embossing powder. Heat with the heating tool until powder melts. Then use Markers to color the image. It gives the illusion of Stained Glass. (You can also color on the back of the vellum for softer colors.)  For this card, I used the stamp from “Delicate Doilies” set. I colored the vellum with Real Red, Gumball Green, Summer Starfruit and Cherry Cobbler Stampin’ markers.

Delicate Doilies Vellum

Delicate Doilies Vellum close-up

To finish the card, I used a Real Red card base and ran it through the Big Shot with the “Delicate Designs” embossing folder. I used a square of Whisper White cardstock and punched a 2-1/2″ Circle in the center. I adhere it on top of the Vellum. Then I cut a 3″ square in the Silver Foil sheet and mounted the Vellum on top.  The greeting is from “Joyful Christmas”. I added a small rhinestone in the center of the “Stained glass”.

Come back tomorrow for another card with this fabulous technique!


Stamp set: Delicate Doilies, Joyful Christmas

CS and paper: Real Red, Whisper White, Vellum paper, Foil Sheet Silver

Ink: Versamark, Pewter embossing folder, Cherry Cobbler, Real Red, Gumball Green, Summer Starfruit and Cherry Cobbler Stampin’ markers.

Tools: Heat tool, 2-1/2″ Circle punch, Big Shot, Delicate Designs embossing folder

Accessories: Rhinestone Jewel


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