Monday, August 31, 2015

Layered, Vellum Window, Rose Card

The last one of this Vellum Window series.
Quick an easy to assemble, this card uses three layers of cardstock and a back panel of Vellum. There's three types of vellum on the supplies list. Personally, I like the Strathmore Inkjet Vellum better, it is 111 gr/m2, which means it's a bit thicker than the Core´dinations (95gr.) or Canson (90gr.) Vellum. This gives a little more coverage of the message written underneath while still maintaining that nice transparency.
The dark pink cardstock is just a little offset to give a subtle shadow around the white front panel.
I tried the Inkadinkado flourish stamp with Versamark ink and white embossing powder again, but it did not work... again. My mom says it looks like a pearl necklace though, I guess it does.
Try using a spray adhesive to glue the dark pink offset path, to make sure it sticks correctly.
  1. Import in DS
  2. Resize to 4.25 inches wide
  3. Cut
  4. Assemble
  5. Enjoy, comment and subscribe!

Supplies List


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