Friday, February 24, 2012

Color on Vellum

 Here it is February but when you watch this video on how to color on Vellum Paper you will see the scenery outside and you will think it's summer time and yes the video was done here in Cheyenne and the grass is green.... but it was done back in June 11. A few ask me how I get the coloring so good on the truck (2 weeks ago post) I was looking for the video I knew I did one but I was not posted yet so here it is today "How easy it is to color Velum" the main tip is you color the back of your image. This card I use the Elements of  Styles on page 134. First step is to stamp your image with craft ink or versamark and then emboss with embossingpowder color of your choice. Color card stock are So Saffron, Elegant Eggplant. The Die that I use are the 3"circle 122125 and 3 1/2" circle #121811. Voila this is it for today.
 This one I added White card stock for the top layer.
 This is the Countryside Truck that got the attention a few weeks ago. You can view the post HERE.


France Martin
France Martin

So in short I'm a child of God, a wife, a mom, sister (4 girls in my family no brother but many brother in law), love the outdoor and YES a Stampin'Up! demo of 13 plus years and still counting. That is me in a nut shell.

4 comments:

  1. Love the tip about using the larger circle in the middle layer. This looks like a lot of fun...it's a snowy day in CT so I think I'll give this a try today!

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  2. Oh how gorgeous France!

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  3. Hello Frenchie, I found your blog last night and just adored your mini paper purses. Check my blog tomorrow morning for a special surprise for you. Love your crafts and will be back.

    Hugs
    Claire
    http://craftycooky.blogspot.com/

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  4. Love the card. Looking forward to exploring your blog when I have more time.
    Love your accent...reminds me of my French Canadian brother-in-law.

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