Happy Friday, friends!
Ahhh....no alarms to be set tomorrow. Now, if we could just convince the three dogs, and our two old bodies that there's no need to get up at O-Dark-Thirty!
I have a 10 minute card to share with you today. I saw that Sugar Creek Hollow was having a vellum challenge, and it sounded enticing. I really can't remember the last time I crafted with a sheet of vellum. Here's my card.
|This was really difficult to photograph, so I included two photos, hoping to show that all of the leaves are embossed.|
I began by scoring and folding my card. I cut a piece of Vellum, stamping the sentiment first. Then, I randomly stamped three different leaves on the vellum. While the ink was still wet, I covered the entire surface with Transcendence embossing powder, and quickly tapped of the excess and heat embossed. The vellum piece was attached to patterned paper with staples, then attached to the card front.
Ten minutes...gotta love it!
Supplies: Vellum, Kaleidacolor Autum Leaves Ink, Brown Staz-On Ink, Tim Holtz Tiny Stapler, Transcendence Embossing Powder, Kraft Cardstock, DCWV Autumn Matstack
Thanks for stopping by! If you have any questions about today's card, please feel free to ask.
Have a great weekend,
Food for thought:
Inflation hasn't ruined everything...
I found out today that you can still use a dime as a screwdriver!!!!!