How to create leaves on vellum with So Suzy Stamps

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So Suzy Stamps Leaves on vellum
I’m still in aaaw with Olesya’s amazing designs. She’s so creative and it’s great to be able to play with her art. Today I used her Open Leaves design to create leaves on vellum.

I started by blending Distress Inks onto the background. Normally I use orange and red colors, but this time I forced myself to a different combination πŸ˜›
I used the Ranger blending tool and went back and forth with the different colors till they looked nice and blended. Then I die cut the piece with a stitched rectangle die and splattered some water and some sparkle on top.
Ink Blending with Distress Inks

While the background was drying, I stamped the leaves onto vellum using Versamark ink. Then I heat embossed them with white, fine embossing powder and fuzzy cut all of them.
So Suzy Stamps Creating Vellum Leaves

Time to assemble the card. I adhered a white frame using foam tape and arranged the leaves on vellum around the bottom of it. In addition, I scattered some see through sequins behind the leaves.
So Suzy Stamps Creating Vellum Leaves

Don’t forget to check out all the other gorgeous flower stamps that Olesya created. πŸ˜‰

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So Suzy Stamps Leaves on vellum

So Suzy Stamps Leaves on vellum

One Comment:

  1. This is a really lovely card! I love the detail of the sequins peeking out behind the vellum. Beautiful.

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