Apr 4, 2018

A Little Bit of Vellum

Colleen from Scrappin Granny here today to share a card made using vellum and some awesome dies.

I started by adding the cardstock background.  All my papers are some from my scraps, which is a great way to use your scraps.

Next I used the Basket Weave die by Frantic Stamper.  

Since I wanted the panel a little bigger I cut out a 2nd one and meshed them together.

I had some vellum flowers that I glued on top using the Best Glue Ever to adhere everything down.

Since I didn't want  the flourishes to be white I inked up them using Distress Inks by Tim Holtz.  I then cut them out using Leafy Flourish by Cheery Lynn Designs.

I used the Karen Burniston Greeting die for the title.

To finish off the card I used Gemini die to add the lace at the top and backed it with some of the leftover vellum that was inked.

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  1. So pretty! Loving that basket weave background and your pretty flower!

  2. Lovely feminine card with the basket weave and the real looking flowers. Great creative card.

  3. Just beautiful! Love how you inter-twined the flourish around the flower. Beautiful inspiration with that lacy topper too! Great job ... so pretty!

  4. So pretty! Love the basket weave and the flowers are so dainty!


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