I told you about my embossed colored button the other day. I showed my stamp club girls Friday night and showed my downline tonight. I had both groups make the same card which also included the Stained Glass technique. Some time ago I had started a Technique Book – in my classes and club meetings when I introduced a new technique they could also create a technique card for their books. Each card is a quarter sheet of card stock and fits in a small 4×6 photo album. I pre-printed the instructions and then in the class they would create a small sample to place on their card along with a full sized card (or project) that used the technique. I had gotten away from the techniques a bit so I’m trying to make sure to include them again. So for this months club meeting I showed them the Stained Glass technique. I also used one of the new Texture Plates for the Big Shot – I LOVE those! I went back to a stamp set that I haven’t used recently – Dreams du Jour – remember that one? Here is the card we made:
- Stamp Sets: Dreams du Jour
- Inks: Versamark®, Stampin’ Write Markers: Old Olive, Regal Rose, Rose Red
- Paper: Old Olive, Rose Red, Basic Black, Whisper White, Vellum Paper
- Other: 1-3/4” circle punch, Eyelet Border punch, Black embossing Powder, Powder Pals, Heat Tool, Embossing Buddy, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Button Latte, Big Shot Die-Cut Machine, Stampin’ Up! Backgrounds 1 Texturz plates, Texturz Impressions Pad, Texturz Silicone Rubber, mini glue dots, clear embossing powder, small container, craft tweezers, embroidery thread
Stained Glass Technique:
Rub an embossing buddy over a piece of Vellum paper. Stamp image in Versamark® ink and cover with black embossing powder or use a dark Craft ink with clear embossing powder. Tap off the excess and heat set. Flip the Vellum over and color the back of the image with markers. Let dry.
Adhere the Vellum piece to neutral cardstock with the embossed side face up.
I hope you like it!