Have you dry embossed vellum with a stylus? It’s a very simple process to create a stunning card. I shared in a previous post about using embossing folders to dry emboss vellum. You can see it here. The stylus method involves using a ball stylus to work the vellum until it becomes opaque. If you ever become one of my VIP customers you will have access to my project share tutorial with photos using this technique.
To dry emboss stamp your chosen image using Staz-On ink onto your vellum sheet. I’ve used one of the stamps from Stampin’Up! Enjoy the Moment set. Let the ink dry. Turn the vellum over, place on a sponge pad and using your stylus gently roll the stylus in small circular motions over the area you want to highlight. Keep working until the area goes white. Don’t push too hard as you will perforate the vellum. That’s it!
I’ve mounted my die cut vellum piece onto an Oh So Ombre paper mat and added some Metallic Mesh ribbon behind the vellum to give some extra interest to my card. The base card colour is Granny Apple Green. The die cut is from the Stitched So Sweetly pack of dies.
Give this technique a try. You will love it!
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