I hope you’re enjoying your weekend, and if you’re here in the UK,
that you’re also enjoying the fabulous weather
we have been blessed with! I know the heat doesn’t suit
everyone, and I’m sorry if it causes you suffering.
Today’s video shows how to do dry-embossing on vellum
when you have stamped images.
Although I made a video showing this technique quite some time
ago, I decided it’s a great time to re-visit it, and apply it to the
stunning Graceful Glass Designer Vellum.
I’ve worked on four of the designs and converted two of the
samples into projects. I was hoping to finish off the last two
before the video goes live today, but it wasn’t meant to be!!
You may remember the deisgns I painted a few weeks ago
and converted them to book marks.
One of my unfinished projects is the design I originally
called yellow flowers because I didn’t recognise what
the flowers were meant to be!
The other unfinished project is the the design that looks like a
Church window decorated with flowers and two butterflies.
Both designs look fabulous dry-embossed and I’m looking
forward to having the time to finbish them both off!
I thought you might also like to see this Lemon Lime Twist
card I made using one of the square designs from Graceful
Glass where there are four squares on one sheet.
I have really enjoyed working with this vellum, and see me
working my way through more than one packet in
the course of the year!
I wish you a very blessed Sunday and I’ll be back tomorrow.