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Saturday, 2 April 2016

Vintage Vellum using IOE Plates


Hi Everyone and a warm welcome to my new followers. Today for my DT post at Cheery Lynn Designs I am sharing with you some more inspiration using their wonderful new Oval IOE Plates and Frame It Embossing folder. This time I decided to use Vellum Paper to give a faux Parchment look to my design.

For techniques on using these plates please check out their YouTube link HERE.


On the embossed areas of my vellum I highlighted some of these areas with colour using a Copic Pen on the reverse side of my Vellum. I coloured over the area and rubbed to dry the ink immediately with a piece of Kitchen Roll to stop my Vellum curling. This also helps to disguise where my small dots of glue were placed onto the Vellum to mount on my card.


I die cut my frame in cardstock and mounted onto the centre of my embossed area. I then cut a layer in Vellum and curled the swirls on my embossing mat. I added a little glue behind each pearl and behind my cameo on both sides to secure my frame in place and hide the glue on the Vellum.

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today and for all the lovely comments you leave. The Current Challenge over at Cheery Lynn Designs is - Back to Nature, hope you get the chance to join in the fun.

Crafty Hugs, 

15 comments:

  1. what a beautiful make Julie x Love the faux parchment effect and those dies are fabulous.

    TFS and have a lovely weekend
    Annie x

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  2. It semems, we are both in 'silhouet-mood'! Yours is very adorable on this gorgeous card. The parchment is a great idea too, which I will keep in mind for sure!!
    Have a nice weekend,
    Lia xx

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  3. This is gorgeous Julie...I'm still not sure how these new plates work but they look brilliant. The cameo focal work prefectly. Great design xx

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  4. WOW, stunning and so elegant. TFS

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  5. Stunning card Julie, I absolutely love vellum,much underused in my opinion
    Hugs
    Donna xxx

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  6. Beautiful card, Julie! The vellum looks fantastic.

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  7. Wow Julie.. I love it! Looks awesome using the IOE plates & the Frame-it embossing folder with vellum! X

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  8. A gorgeous feminine card Julie and very striking with that black silhouette.
    Happy Sunday.
    Hugs Brenda xxx

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  9. Hi Julie, gorgeous stylish card. Have a great weekend, Angela x

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  10. WOW, Julie!!! I am blown away by this elegant, striking and so gorgeous card!!! Love the vellum and such gorgeous choice of dies to complement embossing folder! Stunning, just stunning!
    Hugs
    Samra
    Paper Talk with Samra

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  11. Wow, just stunning Julie! You always come up with the most unique techniques, I am loving your use of vellum here! So delicate and elegant! hugs :)

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  12. This is lovely Julie, I am not familiar with the IOE plates, but the effect they have given this card is just stunning, love your use of the vellum. Mo x

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  13. This is beautiful beyond words! You are a master at layering dies! <3

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  14. A gorgeous card Julie. Beautiful blue colour scheme and a great tip on how to stop your vellum from curling. Sally.x.

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Thanks for visiting, I love to read your comments so I know you have stopped by and look forward to visiting your blog.

Julie x

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