Thursday, April 14, 2016

Club Scrap Technique of the month: Stained Glass

On the Club Scrap Blog,the technique of this month
is Stained Glass. well, there are several ways to do this and 
Lisa is showing you several ways to do this.

Papers,sentiment and script background stamp
are all from  Club Scrap's last month Paris Flea market kit.

For both my cards I used the vellum method:
Stamp the image on vellum with versamark
and emboss with black embossing powder.
Then I cut out the flower.

Turned it over and colored the flower on the backside
with distress markers.
I did the same with the leaves.
The flower and the leave stampare from 
Club Scraps Aprilkit called Dahlia.

For this birthday card i used the same technique with
vellum for the flower,but as i wanted a more happier card
I colored the background with colorburst.
The sentiment is also from the Dahlia kit.

Here you see the colors I used to create this background.

Thanks for looking!

Have a creative day!


Toni Hinchcliffe said...

GORGEOUS cards, Hetty! I am totally going to try this technique! TFS!

Karen Wyngaard said...

So pretty!

Lori Kobular said...

Gorgeous colors on your gorgeous card! Love it!

Kay Williamson said...

Such a great technique Hetty, love your beautiful cards!

Maxine D said...

These are gorgeous Hetty - love your backgrounds as well as the gorgeous flowers.

Beth Norman said...

Awesome work. Thanks for the lovely tutorial.

Daffodil Cards said...

Beautiful background and love the vellum flower, so delicate.

Wendy Bellino said...

Ooooh I really like the vellum! The transparency really adds to the stained glass effect. So pretty Hetty!

Lilian YF said...

Vellum! That's a great idea! Gorgeous!!!
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