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Hi there everyone! Alisha here with a card I made continuing our challenge this month using:
There is a mini card under the vellum for your little note to that someone special. On the top of the vellum I stamped the butterfly outline from the Hero Arts Stamp and Cut Butterfly set and embossed with Hero Arts White embossing powder. A tip I would like to pass on: Do not permanently adhere your smaller card until you are done heat embossing if you want your top and inside images to PERFECTLY line up 🙂 My sentiment is from the Newton’s Nook Beautiful Wings stamp set.
Here is a view of the inside. Isn’t it great how vellum mutes colors and gives them a soft glow?
We’d love to have you join along with us this month. All you gotta do is link up your submission here for a chance to win some goodies from:
Have a great day,
So when I bought the Hero Arts Confetti background I thought it would be fun to make some sort of multi-colored confetti background, so I used the vellum challenge to actually layer the stamp in two different ink colors to have multi-color dimensional confetti!
I created a pink card base and adhered a slightly smaller white panel which I stamped the Confetti Background with Hero Arts by Lia Lemon Ink, followed by a vellum layer stamped in Hero Arts by Lia Cranberry Ink. To adhere the vellum without having to rummage my craftroom for vellum friendly adhesive I used the We R Memory Keepers staple board. To finish, I stamped my most favorite Happy Birthday sentiment in Hero Arts Intense Black.
You still have until the 28th to enter the Vellum challenge & I hope I’ve inspired you to do some fun multi-color dimensional stamping for yourself!
Before I go I would like to thank once again Lil’ Inker Designs for being our collaboration partner!
Hello! Michelle Lupton here today, with a card using the same colour scheme I used in my post earlier this month. However, this time, I didn’t use Distress Inks like last time.
I adhered a piece of vellum behind the cover up die from Lil’ Inkers Designs, and then coloured the back of the vellum with Copic markers. Copics don’t really blend at all on vellum, so I embraced the hard edges created by the Copic markers as they dried, and used it to add some texture to the coloured background. I kept the rest of the card simple with a die cut “happy” sentiment, with a little banner with “birthday” stamped and white embossed onto black.
Thanks so much to Lil’ Inkers for their generosity in sending me this die, and for offering a prize for our lucky challenge winner this month – have you entered yet?