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Vellum Does It...

It’s a new challenge at As You See It!  It’s a fill in the blank!  My favorite thing to do with vellum is emboss!

#310 10.20.23

I rarely use vellum, but when I do, I like to emboss it.  And then I wonder, why don’t I do this more often?  I started by stamping my image and coloring with alcohol markers.  I die cut the image and a piece of vellum to go over the top. aysi 310 1

I embossed the sentiment and then popped the whole thing over some gold thread and added some colored rhinestones.  What is your favorite way to use vellum? aysi 310 2

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Supplies:  CS:  SU! white, crumbcake and vellum.  Inks:  SU! blends – old olive, pumpkin pie, mango melody and crumbcake.  Stamps:  Gina K always autumn.  Dies:  PTI linen plate.  MFT mini scalloped stitched rectangles.  Other:  SU! gold thread and rhinestones.  Gold embossing powder.


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Heather Heroldt

Just gorgeous, Jane - mine always gets all curly when I heat emboss it - this looks amazing! Such a great way to tone down an image without washing it out! Love it!

Heather Cooper

This is so beautiful, Jane! You can see your lovely colouring in the background, but the embossed gold sentiment takes center stage here, I love that you've echoed the gold in the loops of gold cord underneath.

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl

Love this Jane! The vellum is a great way to soften the pumpkins without obscuring them and really allows that fabulous gold sentiment to standout. Beautiful!

Jan Clothier

Oh yes! It's perfect for heat embossing. I think the way you've used it as a translucent panel over the pumpkins is great too.

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