Vellum is so tricky to adhere to any surface without the adhesive showing through.
An easy fix for that is to hold the vellum in place with washi tape.
A close-up of the embossed Vellum Cardstock. Isn't it stunning?
The inside of the card:
If you would like to try YOUR hand at re-creating this card, here are the list of supplies and directions:
Flurry of Wishes stamp set (page 116)
Island Indigo cardstock
Whisper White cardstock
Island Indigo ink
Winter Wonder Embossing Folder (page 37 of the Holiday Catalog)
Washi Tape (I used a silver stripe)
Fold a 9" x 4 1/4" piece of Whisper White cardstock in half, creasing it well with a bone folder.
Run a 4" square piece of Vellum Cardstock through the Big Shot inside the Winter Wonder Embossing Folder.
Center the embossed piece onto a 4 1/4" square piece of Island Indigo cardstock. To hold the vellum in place, use your choice of washi tape by tearing off a strip of the tape and wrapping it over the four corners, securing the vellum to the card. Stick the ends of the washi tape onto the back side of the blue cardstock. Add a Basic Rhinestone to each of the four corners, centered on the washi tape. Adhere a larger Basic Rhinestone to the center of the snowflake.
Mount this finished piece onto the 4 1/4" square card base.
Inside the card, in Island Indigo ink, stamp the sentiment and one of the snowflakes from the Flurry of Wishes stamp set.
This looks so pretty :) Thanks for sharing with us.ReplyDelete
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Such a beautiful card! I love the idea of using washi tape to hold it down. Vellum is a tricky material to hold down otherwise. Pinned.ReplyDelete
Another beautiful card that looks like expensive artwork! Thanks for linking up with us this week at Celebrate Your Story.ReplyDelete
It looks very elegant!ReplyDelete
That's gorgeous and the washi tape corner idea is borderline genius!ReplyDelete
A lovely card for Christmas!ReplyDelete
Lianne | Makes, Bakes and Decor
Wow, this truly is stunning! Thanks for sharing with SYC.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing on the Whisk It Wednesday Link Party. Make sure you stop by tomorrow and join us again! Hope that you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving! Carrie @ Carrie's Home CookingReplyDelete
what kind of vellum paper you used? Thank you for your answer.ReplyDelete
The Vellum Cardstock that Stampin' Up! carries in their big catalog on page 194 works great for this technique. You can order it through my online store if you wish.Delete