I finally got some time this weekend to play for a while in my craft room and it felt great! I was finishing up samples and projects for today’s Creating with Vellum class and once again ended up with way more samples and ideas than I had time to create to share, let alone everyone have time to do in the class. But, I guess that just means some extra videos (and maybe creating with vellum round 2) is in order!
But this is the first card I created to show at the class and it got such a popular response on my Facebook page when I shared it yesterday that I decided to make it one of the class projects for today.
Vellum is a great medium for sponging and getting a beautifully soft look for whatever your project is. In this case, I used the same base piece of vellum and punched out with the Pansy punch three times and then sponged with Daffodil Delight, Rich Razzleberry, and Strawberry Slush. Add a pearl on the middle of each flower to hide the glue dots that I used to adhere the flowers to my card, and they are secure without glue everywhere. Pretty, right?
I can’t wait to see how everyone likes it today since it is even nicer in person!
And if you are in the Seattle area, I am running this class today at 2pm (at my home) and at 7pm (at Panera in Redmond) and due to some last minute cancellations, I still have some spots – so if you are interested in coming, let me know ASAP and I’ll get you all the details! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.