Delicate Dahlias & Coloring Vellum

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

I’m so excited to share this fun and simple technique. Today we are coloring our Heat Embossed Vellum … it is so simple and fun to do. I’ll be sharing a video along with 2 cards that I created using this technique.

Let’s begin with the video … it is a replay of my Facebook LIVE last night. You can also find it on YouTube along with all my technique and tip videos.

Wasn’t that easy … and just think, you can use any color you want!! You can also use any stamped images that your heart desires. The Delicate Dahlias will disappear on October 1st, 2021.

The Delicate Dahlias set is FREE right now in our Sale-a-bration catalog with a $50 purchase from any catalog! Here is the card that I created during the video ….

My next card is the one in which I embossed the Dahlia in silver and colored with our New Polished Pink In-Color. I love the way this turned out … remember I’m using the “backside” of the embossed image so I decided to use the Soft Succulent pattern from the Pansy Petals Designer paper because it coordinates beautifully.

As on the first card, I added texture with the Painted Texture embossing folder and then on this card I accented it with the Highland Heather cardstock. I added the Soft Succulent Open Weave Ribbon to tie into the designer paper … and to pose as “leaves” to my flower.

I also used the beautiful 2021-23 In Color Jewels on my cards … the Polished Pink on our first card, and the Soft Succulent on the second.

I hope you enjoyed the video and the cards, and don’t forget … Sale-a-bration ends tomorrow.

Thank you for joining me today, and last night if you caught this LIVE!

Here is a list of the products I used on my cards. You may click on any one for more information on the product, or to begin shopping so you can start making these adorable cards. Thank you.

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