25 Jun 2015

Stained Glass Technique Birthday Card.

Well, what a versatile Stamp Set 'You've Got This' has proved to be! And I really love the Stained Glass Technique. You get a lot of Lovely for little effort!
My Style Info
  • Make sure you use Vellum Card Stock for heat embossing. The 'normal' Vellum (thinner product) doesn't hold up as well.
  • I gave the Flower two coats with my Markers as it gave a deeper, richer colour.
  • Love the New 'Metal Rimmed Pearls'! They are flat backed and self adhesive and add just the right amount of Elegance! 
Stampin' Up! Products used in today's card:
  •  The Project Life Cards & Labels Framelits have the perfect size to die cut the Vellum Flower piece, giving stylish curved corners which give a softer look.
  • You need a Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine for Framelits & Thinlets. For best results, try the Magnetic Platform. It makes die cutting a breeze! 


Stampin' Up! Products used in today's card:

Stampin' Up! Products I used for this Card.
Stamp Sets: You've Got This, Tin of Cards.
Card Stock/Papers: Mint Macaron, Calypso Coral, Very Vanilla,Vellum, Pretty Petals Paper Stack.
Ink Pads & Markers: Calypso Coral, 2015-2017 In Colour Markers.
Accessories: Mint Macaron Dotted Lace, Metal Rimmed Pearls.
Tools: Heat Gun, Gold Embossing Powder, Big Shot, Magnetic Platform, Lots of Labels, Bitty Banners & Project Life Cards & Labels Framelits.
Adhesives: Multipurpose Liquid Glue, Double Sided Tape.


Hope you've enjoyed today's card and will give this technique a try, if you haven't already!
Thanks for stopping by and see you soon.

Happy Creating,
Angeliki :)
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