I chose their Vintage Flowers for my card which I stamped and embossed in gold on vellum. Made masks so I could make a bouquet and then fussy cut it in one piece.
This month our challenge is vellum and our sponsor is
I embossed another flower and a leaf on the background using my MISTI. After putting it all together with the sentiment and some sequins, I popped it up with some foam tape.
Be sure to enter your vellum card in this month’s challenge and be eligible for a prize from our generous sponsor, Lil Inker Designs.
Hello! The Crafty Nurse here with a little Hero Arts inspiration for the Vellum challenge at A Blog Named Hero.
Vellum can be a bit challenging to use in your card making, but I love the way that it can mute down a bright design for a more subtle mood. The other question is how do you adhere the vellum without seeing the adhesive? The way I chose was to use brads. I’m sure you all have some of those in your stash, I know I sure do!
I began by creating a cluster of circles using multiple Hero Arts Shadow Inks. I heat embossed the Lil’ Inker’s Modern Mehndi stamp for the sentiment and finished off with Hero Arts pearls.
I hope you’ll join us at A Blog Named Hero for our June Vellum Card Challenge! This month we are collaborating with Lil’ Inker so I’ll be back later this month with more inspiration using their great stamps!
Ilina’s here today with a card using some wonderful products from this month’s sponsor Lil’ Inker Designs
This month’s challenge is Vellum. I was trying to find a more creative way to use Vellum on my card and ended using it as part of the background to soften the color of the Sea Glass cardstock in the background, as well as surface for the sentiment. When I embossed the images the vellum warped a little bit, which in a way more gives cloudy look to the card, so it’s a win-win situation for me.
Hope this card inspires you to create something and enter this month’s challenge 😉