I created this card for yesterday’s sketch challenge on SCS. sc244.jpg

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I still needed a Stained Glass sample, so I could shoot a video for the technique.  I stamped Flourishes, Birds on Vine, in Chocolate Chip ink on Vellum Paper, added clear embossing powder and embossed it. Classic ink stays wet long enough on Vellum that you can do that. Then I used Copic Markers to color the image on the back. I used my airbrush tool to spray Whisper White cardstock with B00, ran it through my Xyron and attached the Vellum over the sprayed cardstock. It was then cut with Label 4 Nestabilities and layered on next bigger label die cut out of Chocolate chip cardstock.

The patterned paper is from BasicGrey Sultry pack, the rhinestones from Kaiser.

 For the visual learner, here is the video tutorial for this technique.

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Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

14 Responses to “Stained Glass”

  1. Absolutely beautiful Beate!

  2. Beate, this is beautiful!!! Wonderful tutorial!!! Thanks so much!!! Lovely card and technique!!!

  3. So pretty, Beate! I love the colors and stamps you used.

  4. AWESOME, this is beautiful and I love the video tutorials – you have a beautiful voice!! TFS.

  5. Your card is so beautiful, Beate!! I love the stained glass look, the images you’ve used, and the pretty colors!!

  6. Oh…and great tutorial too!! Thanks!!

  7. Beate.. just watched the video.. what a cool technique. Thanks for taking the time to show us this.. I’m going to give it a try later tonight (hopefully!)

    thanks, Pam

  8. What a beautiful card. Thanks for the tutorial. You’re always an inspiration 🙂

  9. Gorgeous! (do I say that every time?) 🙂

  10. Beate, the card and the technique is very original…..thank you for sharing. Please keep the videos coming, you do a great job! Pam

  11. O so pretty!!! I want to play! O ideas are swimming…cool! Thanks a bunch!!!
    Mandy

  12. This is amazing! I love the video and your image is just stunning! I think I have a few scraps of vellum left in my stock…

  13. […] I was shooting the video for the stained glass technique, I had to create another image just like the one I already shared. I used the same sketch as on the […]

  14. Wow, great video, LOve all your tutorials and videos, tips and help!!

    smallcity

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