Welcome! Today’s video shares a fun way to add color to vellum shaker card. This post is also part of the Newton’s Nook Deck the Halls with Inky Paws blog hop. (More on that below.)
Vellum and markers are two products many of us likely have in our craft room. And it is very easy to combine them for a stained glass look. I started by using my MISTI stamping tool (but you could use a large acrylic block) to white heat emboss Newton’s Nook Beautiful Blizzard snowflakes on a piece of vellum. I then added color to the back of the vellum with my Copic markers, but you could use any markers. Finally, I stitched with silver thread and my sewing machine around the edges of the vellum onto a card with fun glitter and sequins sandwiched inside. And that’s it! A super easy shaker card.
NEWTON’S NOOK BLOG HOP
As I mentioned, this post is part of the Newton’s Nook Deck the Halls with Inky Paws Blog Hop. Newton’s Nook has adorable stamps – be sure to check them out! They had many awesome guests this week, too.
Newton’s Nook is giving away two $10 gift certificates to their store. To enter, just leave comments on all the stops along the hop by 9pmCST on 12/7/14. Two winners will be chosen at random from the collective blogs in the blog hop.(Winners will be announced on the NND blog and contacted by them on 12/8/14.)
Below are the products featured above. Affiliate and product disclosure can be found HERE. Click on the letters below each picture to go to a favorite store: Simon Says Stamp (SSS), Ellen Hutson (EH), and Amazon (AZ).