Sunday, August 1, 2010

Vellum Techniques #3

The translucent quality of vellum can be used to create a shadow by stamping on the card stock mat behind the vellum with a different stamp than the image on the front of the vellum, then mounting the mats together. Click on the image for a closer look.

To create the white accent lines on the image I loosely traced on the back of the vellum with the small end of an embossing stylus. The stylus will glide easily if you rub waxed paper over the vellum. When the image is coloured on the back with markers the lines stay white. Don't be too neat if you want the look of watercolour.

On the die cut vellum piece I repeated the background stamp on the card with White Craft ink.

The adhesive is hidden under the ribbons and the punched sentiment.

Fast and Fabulous level 2 Hostess set 118754 IBC p. 13
French Filigree background 113742 IBC p. 142
Watercolor Trio set 117050 SMC p. 16
Ink IBC pp. 165-169
Marina Mist pad
Not Quite Navy pad
Certainly Celery pad and marker
Bashful Blue marker
Whisper White Craft pad
Paper IBC pp. 165-170
Card Stock Vellum
Marina Mist
Certainly Celery
Bashful Blue
Whisper White
Big Shot 113439 IBC p. 204
Top Note die 113463 p. 207
large oval punch 119855 IBC p. 203
small oval punch 119863 IBC p. 203
Certainly Celery 1/8 in. taffeta ribbon 119959 IBC p. 191
Basic Pearls 119247 IBC p. 188

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