Friday, 21 July 2017

Ink it! Stamp it! Design Team Blog Hop | Theme: Technique


Welcome to the Ink it! Stamp it! Blog Hop. This month we will be sharing projects created using a special crafting technique. The full line up below will guide you through all the projects and we'd love to hear from you on what your favourite technique is.

I have chosen to create a project using the Stained Glass on Vellum technique.

Here is my card:



I decided on a yellow colour theme, so I have used Daffodil Delight & Whisper White cardstock for my card base.

Using Versamark on a sheet of vellum, I stamped my rose from the Rose Wonder Stamp Set. I only inked up part of the large rose image as I didn't want to include the large leaf part of the stamp. I then heat embossed with Silver embossing powder.

Then using my Stampin' Write markers, I coloured in the image on the reverse side of the vellum (so the side without the embossing powder). I went with Crushed Curry, Daffodil Delight & So Saffron for my rose and Garden Green & Wild Wasabi for the leaf.

Using my Square Framelits, I cut out a window panel in my Daffodil Delight card front to adhere my vellum to. I then attached this to a Whisper White card base.

My sentiment, which is also Silver heat embossed, comes from the Bunch of Blossoms stamp set and is cut out using a tag from the Popcorn Box Thinlits set.

To finish off my card and include a little more bling, I added a couple of Silver sequins and some Silver Metallic Thread.

The end result, if you ask me, really looks like a stained glass rose. What do you think?


Thank you so much for joining us today. We hope you'll join us again next month to see our 3D projects.

Don't forget to continue the hop all the way around to see what the amazing Ink it! Stamp it! Design Team have come up with.

You are currently visiting me - Kirsten Aitchison, so checkout the list below to see who is next in the hop.



You too can make this ....... 
Here is a list of the supplies and tools used:

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Whisper White A4 Cardstock (106549)

Daffodil Delight A4 Cardstock (121680)

Vellum A4 Cardstock (106584)

Rose Wonder (Photopolymer 140697)

Bunch Of Blossoms (Photopolymer 141573)

Versamark Ink Pad (102283)

Silver Stampin’ Emboss Powder (109131)

Embossing Buddy (103083)

Stampin’ Up! Heat Tool (129056)

Many Marvelous Markers (131264)

Layering Squares Framelits (141708)

Popcorn Box Thinlits (141473)

Metallics Sequin Assortment (144214)

Silver Metallic Thread (138402)

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If you love my card, I'd love it if you voted for me :)

I have included this card as my entry for this weeks Crazy Crafters Team Project Highlight.


Click Here to view the projects submitted by the very creative Crazy Crafters Team, and to vote for your favourite projects.




EDIT: A big THANK YOU to everyone who voted for my card. I am excited to announce I placed 3rd :)

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18 comments:

  1. What a lovely card and that technique sure looks like fun....Thanks Kirsten

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    1. Thanks so much Vicki. It was a lot of fun and I think I'll be using this technique more often now :)

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  2. Wow - beautiful card! I can't believe that in all these years I've never used this technique! Thank you, you've inspired me!

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    1. Thanks so much Stephanie. It really is a great technique, you should definitely try it out :)

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  3. Such a cheerful and sunny card and great demonstration of this technique.

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  4. This stamp really stands out with this technique. Great pairing and great eye, lovely!

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    1. Thanks so much Fiona. I agree, this set just screams stained glass technique :)

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  5. OMG Kirsten this just looks AMAZING! Such a fine beauty to showcase this technique with! STUNNING!

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    1. Thanks so much Kim. This rose really is the perfect image for this technique :)

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  6. Perfect execution if this technique Kirsten!! It really looks like stained glass and I love your colour choice - I'm a big yellow fan!

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    1. Thanks so much Carolina. I almost went with pinks, but decided yellows would be perfect.

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  7. Fabulous card Kirsten, this stamp is just perfect for this technique. The combination of yellow and silver is just stunning.

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    1. Thanks so much Sue :) My Mum used to make stained glass windows, so I grew up with them and this image just has stained glass written all over it. And the Silver embossing, I feel makes it more realistic.

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  8. So pretty, love the shading xx

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  9. Hi Kirsten, this is such a stunning card. The technique is fabulous and one i must try now. Thanks for sharing your card!!!

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    1. Thanks so much Louise. Definitely a technique you should try. It is quite fun and end results are so realistic :)

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