Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Nine Things You Can Do with Vellum

Vellum has been a staple of papercrafts for a long time.  It's popularity has risen and fallen, but it has never disappeared completely!  As we see it resurging in popularity we thought it was high time to revisit this topic. And who better to do that than our Ten Things Team?


                                            Practical Scrapper Lisa used vellum, a scalloped punch, mists, alcohol inks, and a brad to create this flower on her layout .She also used a My Scraps & More sketch

Practical Scrapper Linda created this layout with a little vellum envelope where a journaling tag is hidden. She decorated the envelope by stamping it with light colors matching the layout. The translation of the title goes: Lovely bluebells belong to the English spring.



Practical Scrapper Leslii Wagner used  the negative from a circle cut out to frame 
the faces of her daughter and father-in-law for this fun layout.



Practical Scrapper Deborah Johnson used vellum to create a confetti pouch on this cute New Baby 6" x 6" card.


Practical Scrapper Kelli Fortier used vellum to create this luminary.  A great home decor piece with lots of charm.

Practical Scrapper Jenn Campbell used versamark and pewter embossing powder to create the Dahlia flowers on Vellum.  She used versamark and Melon Mambo embossing powder to create the sentiment.

Practical Scrapper Kelly Jean printed her journaling onto vellum paper then cut to size for her layout.

Practical Scrapper Kristy embossed with white embossing powder onto vellum to create this textured background.


Practical Scrapper Kenya used vellum and distress inks to make this "frosty" non-alcoholic drink.

5 comments:

Rhonda Emery said...

tfs looks like all fun to try. hugs

Favorite Favors said...

Very creative projects Ladies. Can't wait to try them.

Jean said...

Wonderful ideas!

Dawn Carlyle said...

Wow - these are fabulous ideas!!!!

Mandi said...

Great ideas.