How to Create Stained Glass Roses with Zig Markers and So Suzy Stamps

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Stained Glass RosesBack from Creativation and full of ideas and energy. I had a blast and especially enjoyed to meet Suzy, Justine, Kymona, Denise, Monica, Janis, Jennifer and all the other amazing people that I finally saw in real life πŸ™‚

But for now I wanted to share a new card with you. I’m up on the So Suzy blog with a simple black and white card with a colorful touch of stained glass roses.

I started by stamping the Rose Trio onto vellum using Versamark and heat embossed it with simple black embossing powder. Then I had to fuzzy cut the entire thing πŸ˜›
Stamping onto vellum with So Suzy Stamps

Now I turned it around and colored them with Zig brush markers. I added a mix of greens to the leaves and reds to the blossoms. Because I colored the backside, I didn’t need to worry about coloring over the lines. Turning it to the right side reaveled the beauty of this technique, it now looks like stained glass.
Stamping with the Misti and So Suzy Stamps sentiment

The rest was simple. I stamped the beautiful “What if you fly?” sentiment onto a white piece of cardstock and cut it to cover about 2/3 of the card. Then I cut a black piece of cardstock that covers about 1/3 of the card and adhered the rose on top. Because it’s a vellum rose, I added the adhesive only to areas that had embossing powder on the other side. Finally, I added a black piece of card stock behind the panel and assembled everything.

What do you think? Have you ever tried coloring the backside of vellum or acetate?

Supplies Used


Close up of So Suzy Stamps Roses on vellum
So Suzy Stamps Trio Roses on vellum

4 Comments:

  1. This is gorgeous! I’m pulling out my vellum – you have inspired me!

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