My card is featuring the Graceful Glass Designer Vellum which has 24 sheets 6" x6" with such a variety of printed vellum sheets from soft lines, flowers and birds to symmetrical lines and bold patterns. The sheets can be coloured using the blender pens to give off a vibrant colour to bring out the patterns and then cut to any shape.
I focused on squares with this design. I coloured my section of vellum I wanted to use. I used 6cm square die for the large vellum square and 3 cm square die for the centre pattern . I placed the vellum onto whisper white card stock and positioned my dies, this all went through the big shot at the same time. I cut a 7cm square and a 4cm square in black cardstock to layer with my paper trimmer. I also cut a 7cm square in Daffodil Delight for the background for both squares to be positioned upon. I used a strip of the remaining piece of vellum for foot of the card and placed a very small sentiment in the centre trying not to take the focus from the bold patterns.
Products I used:
Graceful Glass Designer Vellum: 146344
Daffodil Delight Dark Blender Pen:144585
Calypso Coral Dark Blender Pen:144044
Bermuda Bay Dark: 144579
Whisper White: 106549
Basic Black: 121688
Calypso Coral: 124392
Teeny Tiny Sentiments: 120024 (retiring 31st May 2018)
Layering Squares Framelits: 141708
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