Namaste Crafty Folks,
I hope all of you are doing great and Today I have created three beautiful Vellum Panel Cards for you. Vellum is a beautiful translucent paper which adds dimension and drama to the creations for sure.
I am enjoying as the retreating monsoons rains are still here. In my part of the country it is raining cats and dogs, and I am enjoying. But before, proceeding further, take a look below for the details of our monthly challenge.
Let’s have a look at my 3 beautiful vellum panel cards first:
For my first card, I have created a busy background using the tone on tone color and sepaarted a little from the fcal image using the vellum panel.
I craeted this card trimming a panel of 11 x 4.25 inches from the Earl Gray 250 GSM cardstcok by Craftangles and prepped this cardstcok by embossing the pattern using the Craftangles Stencil Called Braids and heat setting it eith the Silver embossing powder.
I then stamped the floral image from the Craftangles Stamp set called the Celebrate You on the Craftangles Dual Texture White Cardstock using the Versafine Onyx Black ink and watercolored using the Carftangles Liquid Watercolors. Once I was happy with the panel, I fussy cut it with the pair of scissors.
I die cut a panel from the third largest die from the Craftangles Steel Die, a panel of Craftangles 150 GSM Vellum Paper.
I then assembled the vellum panel on to the pre prepped cardstock, and completed the look with the white embossed sentiments called So happy for you from Carftangles All of us Stamp Set on Charcoal Black Cardstock 250 GSM.
This is my second card, which is absolutely inspired by Jennifer McGuire.
To create this card I trimmed two panels measuring 4.25x 5.5 inches , one from the Craftangles Dual textured White Cardstock and the other from the Craftangles Desert Sand cardstock. I also trimmed a panel of 4.25 x 42.45 inches from the Craftangles Vellum 150 GSM.
I stamped the image from the Craftangles Happily Ever After Stamp set on the white panel and heat set with the Gold Embossing powder. I the colored the image with the copic markers. Once this was ready, I cut the flowers using the pair of scissors and paper cutter to cut through the intricate part. I then prepped the vellum panel using the Craftangles Starry Background stencil, which I heat set using the White Embossing Powder. Once it was all ready, I stuck the vellum panel on the Craftangles Desert Sand Cardstock and the the floral panel on to it such that it is inline with the Desert Sand cardstock. And finally completed the look with Hello Lovely Sentiments from Craftangles Hello Lovey Satmpset in Black Dye Ink.
For my last vellum panel card, I created a frosted look vellum panel card, where I trimmed a panel of Craftangles Denim Cardstock measuring 11x 4.25 inches. I then stamped the lotus from the Craftangles Hello Lovely Stampset and colored using the Carftangles Liquid Watercolors. I then trimmed of the panel to 2x 5.5 inches. To create the frosted look, I trimmed off a panel of 2x 5.5.inches from the Craftangles Vellum Paper and pasted over the watercolor panel.
Finally to complete the look, I gold heat set the sentiments Miss you from the Craftangles All of us Stamp set.
Hope you liked all my vellum panel cards with absolutely different looks.
You can view the step by step video tutorial of making these 3 beautiful vellum panel cards here:
Supplies I used to create the Vellum Panel Cards
- Craftangles Charcoal Black Cardstock
- Craftangles Earl Gray Cardstock
- Craftangles Desert Sand Cardstock
- Craftangles Denim Blue Cardstock
- Craftangles Braid Stencil
- Craftangles Starry Background Stencil
- Craftangles Celebrate you Stamp Set
- Craftangles Happily Ever After Stamp Set
- Craftangles Hello Lovely Stamp Set
- Craftangles From all of us Stamp Set
- Craftangles Steel Dies Wavy
- Rangers Embossing Powder Silver
- Ranger Embossing Powder White
- Versafine Embossing Clear Ink
- Versafine Onyx Black Ink
- Brustro Watercolor paper
Hope you enjoyed todays tutorial. Do comment below to share your feedback.