Stained Glass Bouquet

Hi all, Kirstynn here, 

Today I'm sharing a fun way to use up some Vellum scraps to make this stained glass element. 

To start I used the Hand-Tied Bouquet stamps to heat emboss onto a small piece of vellum. I chose a silver embossing powder but you could really use whatever color you want. I then used alcohol markers to color in the back of the vellum. The opposite side of the heat embossing. I used the outline of the Delicate Stitches Scalloped Circle dies to get the right size. I roughly cut out the a circle that would fit behind my scalloped circles. 

I then cut out multiple white scalloped circles and stacked them together to create a thick boarder. I really wanted the thickness of the stacked dies to create a window look. 

Once I had that all assembled it created this beautiful colored image that had an embossed edge. Here is a photo of it up in the light. 

I then heat embossed a sentiment from the same stamp set and placed that on the window. I wanted to add a soft color to the back ground so I went with a light pastel blue. I used the Quilted Plaid A2 Cover Plate Die. I added some foam tape on the back of this and attached this to an A2 card base. 

Lastly I added up some sequins as a finishing touch. 

I hope this project was inspiring to you. Happy Crafting! 



1 comment

  • Kathy

    Love this!!!

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