Bridal Stamp Card Stamped On Vellum


Today`s sample is a delicate on using the Bridal stamp  – Caroline – which also has a stunning frame stamp in the set

The card also uses the Christine Coleman stamps which all the stamped pieces have been used on parchment – with Lana embossing powder if I remember rightly and then mounted onto some white tapestry card and matted on silver mirri  

The stamped images have all been mounted onto more parchment for that thinker feel and this allows you to add them to your card with silicone glue 

 Details of how this technique is done are here

The image is from the Fantasy Floral Cd and has just the flowers decoupaged for a quick effect and the card is finished with some paper flowers and an organza bow

Thanks for sharing in today`s card – Suzanne

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With the card below it`s hard to see the depth of it but it has 6 layers of decoupage on the topper

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10 thoughts on “Bridal Stamp Card Stamped On Vellum

  1. Just when I think your cards can’t get any more beautiful, you post something like this Suzanne. Such a stunning, elegant card thank you so much for sharing it.

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