Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Stamping With VLVS On Glassine by Pinky

Hey there VLVS fans!

Pinky here today with a fun project tutorial- 
A how to make this acrylic card and stamp on Glassine paper by Tim Holtz. 
I used the amazing Plate 1350 and several images to create this vintage style card
of encouragement and love. I stamped right on the Glassine paper and love it!
 Using Plate 1350 and Colorbox Mixed Media ink- stamp images onto
Glassine paper. Drying with heat gun in between each image. 
I found that a blow dryer did not work you will need a heat 
gun for this ink/paper combo but it dries beautifully. 
 After all images have dried- crinkle paper thoroughly and smooth out after. 
 Stamp an extra Violet Nosegay Flower Plate 1350: Item 17819 onto Glassine
dry, then cut out. Crinkle just like before. 
 Adhere stamped paper to base of card.
Take single flower and pop up over stamped image using foam pop dots. 
 Add embellishments pearls and gemstone.
Using Acrylic Expression- coat wit Alcohol Ink and light dusting of glitter. 
 Adhere vintage lace to front flap wrapping around flap. 
Add Gemstones. 
 Adhere Courage Expression to from flap on outside. 
 Assemble card as per instructions being careful not to touch clear stickers. 
Take Glassine paper scrap and insert "Sending You" alphabet sticker. 
Place into Momenta Metal Frame. 
Adhere to front of card.

 As you can see because the card is clear I adhered gemstones to both sides
of the scallop and you can clearly see the lifted flower for dimension.
Vintage style, beautiful and full of heart- ready for the recipient. 

Until next time- Keep on creating!

Products Used:
Viva Las VegaStamps-
Mock Orange Branches Plate 1350: Item 17813
Violet Nosegay Flower Plate 1350: Item 17819
Flowering Quince Plate 1350: Item 17822
Glassine paper
Clear Scraps Send It Clear Half Scallop Card
Queen & Co Pearls
Colorbox Mixed Media Ink- Truffle
Ranger Alcohol inks
PK Glitz Glitter
Accent Creative Gemstones
Vintage Lace
Momenta Metals Frame


Kas said...

love this!

Katherine Clayton said...

What a GREAT card!!! I have some of the glassine paper that I used to make palms for a palm tree and have been looking for other ways to use it. So THANK YOU so much for sharing your ideas and for being an inspiration!!!

Sandra Strait said...

Gorgeous card!

Chark said...


Daniella said...

Lovely work!!

Unknown said...

Acrylic is SO cool to work with - thank for sharing!