Hi there, I'm sharing another project with similar features to my entry for Global Design Project Challenge today.
This time I used the little butterfly stamp in Grateful Bunch Stamp Set to show you how I make layered vellum butterflies. I think these are very simple and effective embellishments for your paper craft projects . I hope you like them!
|Vellum Butterfly tag in Delightful Dijon ink and cardstock|
|Vellum Butterfly in Water Melon Wonder ink and Cardstock|
|Vellum Butterfly in Bermuda Bay ink and cardstock|
I stamped the butterflies on watercolor paper and on vellum with water based Stampin ' Up! inks. for better results please allow the ink to dry on the vellum for a while (over 5 minutes).
Those stamped on vellum were hand cut using scissors then I overlaid them one on top of each other and using my sewing machine I apply a few stitches in the center of their wings.
Glue or glue dots can also be used to assemble this butterflies. I just like the way the paper folds over the stitches so I prefer to sew them, it makes a pretty butterfly or wings.
TIP: to stamp on vellum or glossy surfaces, including glass, I use Jet Black Stazon ink as it dries fast and produce a more delicate, crisp and defined images and fonts. With slow drying inks the minimum wobble of the stamp on the card stock will spoil your work.
Archival inks are a bit thicker so the fonts will look a bit bold as well.
- Watercolour paper, vellum
- Stampin Up inks and Stampin' Up craft ink (whisper white ink).
- Embellishment: metallic Silver Thread. 1/8 gold ribbon.
- Stamps and tools:
* 16 dies
* size of the dies from 1" /2.5cm to 3" /7.5cm inches
* Use with Big Shot
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