Thursday, August 27, 2015

Layered, Vellum Window, Sakura Card

As you know, cherry blossoms (Sakura) are one of my favorite flowers and I can't wait to visit Japan in spring to see the beautiful scenery that these elegant flowers create.

I used the Inkadinkado Dot Flourish stamp for the vellum panel and white heat embossed it, but the result is a little lumpy, maybe just a Stazon ink does a better job. I can always change the Vellum layer though.

I did a little inking with Picked Raspberry Distress Ink on the edges to give it a little dimension. 

The die cut in the middle representing the pistils fit inside the flower cut perfectly giving it a very clean look - make sure to remember which is the top to place it in the right position.

I would recommend to use a Vellum Adhesive, like the ones on the supplies list, to give the back of the card a cleaner look, or cut another front panel and glue it in the back.

  1. Import in DS
  2. Resize to 4.25 inches wide
  3. Cut
  4. Assemble
  5. Enjoy, comment and subscribe if you like!

Supplies List


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