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Vellum Overlay

 

 

Hello everyone and welcome! Ksenija here today and I am sharing a traditional Christmas card featuring the red rubber stamps set Snow Globe released recently. I love this set as it reminds me of my native town Riga, an old medieval city. And I thought of white embossing the snow globe on vellum as soon as I saw it.

 

 

SnowGlobe SweetKobylkin main

 

Firstly, I repeatedly stamped the image of buildings in red dye ink on the kraft panel. Then I sprinkled some diluted acrylic paint in Pantry White and heat set it with a heating tool.

 

SnowGlobe SweetKobylkin pic1

 

Then I heat embossed with white embossing powder the snow globe image on a piece of vellum and the base of the snow globe in dark chocolate dye ink on a piece of white cardstock.

 

SnowGlobe SweetKobylkin pic2

 

I cut out both elements with scissors and created the candy striped background by stamping the front of the card in red dye ink.

 

SnowGlobe SweetKobylkin pic3

 

Assembling the card I glued the snow globe with Glossy Accents and its base raised with the foam tape.

 

SnowGlobe SweetKobylkin pic4

 

My IndigoBlu supplies:

Snow Globe A6 Red Rubber Stamp by Kay Halliwell-Sutton

English Cottage Artist’s Acrylic Paint Pantry White

 

Hopefully, you like this card, and I have inspired you to play with this new release from IndigoBlu. Thank you for stopping by today.

Ksenija

 

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7 Comments on Vellum Overlay

  1. The Snow Globe looks gorgeous on the vellum, and the striped background makes me think of peppermint Candy Canes 🙂 Fabulous card xxx

    Elizabeth | August 28, 2015 at 10:56 am () (Reply)
    • Thank you, Elizabeth 😉

      Ksenija | August 31, 2015 at 10:25 am () (Reply)
  2. Lovely use of a lovely stamp. I do like white on vellum and the background works perfectly.
    Chris

    Chris Kelly | August 30, 2015 at 7:46 pm () (Reply)
    • Thank you, Chris Kelly. This is my fav stamp set for Christmas 🙂 plus all three from Clearly IB line 😉

      Ksenija | August 31, 2015 at 10:27 am () (Reply)
  3. I love this card -I’ve just bought this stamp and needed ideas for it. How did you stamp the striped background please -what did you use?Thanks for taking the time to share your tutorial.

    janet | August 30, 2015 at 8:38 pm () (Reply)
    • Thank you, Janet! There are so many uses of Snow Globe stamp set, please see our DT creations. Some are already posted here in our blog, and more are coming to our Gallery here. The background stamp called Diagonal Stripes Background by My Favorite Things

      Ksenija | August 31, 2015 at 10:24 am () (Reply)
  4. Fabulous card, I love the snow globe stamp. Pat xx

    Pat Batley | August 30, 2015 at 9:50 pm () (Reply)

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