Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Vellum Challenge

Hello. The challenge on Cardcamp this week was to use Vellum on the card. I have coloured the flower onto vellum using prisma pencils and used a sue wilson stitched rectangle die to cut it out. I then sewed it onto cream cardstock.. I did stamp the sentiment directly onto the vellum but I smudged the ink so I had to stamp onto another piece of vellum..I have not been online much lately as I am too busy trying to find enough work to pay the bills and buy more craft things. (As if I don't have enough craft goodies already)I have added another two cards I made this week....Loz




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  1. These are beautiful Loz, just wondered what ink you used to stamp onto the vellum, I use momento ink and it does not smudge...xx

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  2. Gorgeous cards LOZ!! The vellum one is simply beautiful (and love the stitching detail).

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  3. Stunning cards Loz, beautiful dies used and layouts.
    Pam x

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  4. Oh Loz, All 3 cards are wonderful, but I love the vellum best.

    Hugs
    Chris

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  5. Hi Loz....three beautiful card.....pretty images.....love the middle one....gorgeous.....Joolsx

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  7. Love all three of your cards and the vellum is my favorite, I think because of the soft colors. Never thought to stitch my vellum on the cardstock - will be trying that.

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  8. These really pretty I love them all.
    Thank you for the inspiration all three of your cards are great Have a blessed day
    DIANA L.

    DL.ART
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  9. These are stunning Loz, aren't you glad vellum is back in, makes such beautiful cards like yours!

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  10. Beautiful cards Loz and I do love the way you personalise your cards kx

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