This week at The House That Stamps Built we are CASE'ing (copy and share everything) a card made by Lynette - and let me say - IT IS GORGEOUS!!!
As I mentioned Tuesday, I am working to build up my stash of cards, so once again, I created 2 cards, each just a bit different.
I used the same image as Lynette - Daffodils - and embossed them in white on vellum which was adhered to a piece of white cardstock - lightly sponged in yellow. I colored the images on the back side of the vellum with watercolor pencils - love how this turned out!
Before we go any further, would someone PLEASE tell me what you use to adhere vellum? I have tried SO MANY THINGS, they either show the adhesive OR don't hold the way I want them to - so if you have some input, please share!
OK, Lynette's card is this beautiful birthday card, like I said, SO gorgeous don't you think?
My base card was white for each, then I added the various embossed layers and designer paper. One, I tied the ribbon around and made a bubbly bow, the other I punched the edge of card stock with a MS deep edge punch, then adhered a piece of ribbon without wrapping it around.
Thanks Lynette, I greatly enjoyed your creation!!
WHAT'S IT TAKE?
Stamps: Repeat Impressions Daffodils
Papers: GKD 120 lb. & 80 lb. white, vellum, DP by Cosmo Cricket
Ink: SU! Craft White
Accessories: white embossing powder, watercolor pencils, misc. ribbon, MS border punch