Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Stained Glass

I have another Easter Card to share. This is a NBUS die from Die-Versions.
I cut the image from black paper and glued it onto vellum.  Then I turned it over and using the negative of the die to cover the edges, I sponged on Tempting Turquoise, Daffodil Delight, Lucky Limeade, and Melon Mambo--all from Stamping' Up!. It gives a bit of a stained glass look. Then I attached the vellum to a white card stock base with small clear mounting squares at the corners and covered them with Candy Dots. 
I learned this technique from Karen at Karen's Creative Cards. This is her gorgeous card

This is for the challenge at The Paper Players


  1. I love it when we inspire each other:) I CASED a card and posted it tomorrow with a link and acknowledgment too. Your Easter card is beautiful!

  2. Very pretty! this would be a great one to mass produce. I usually make about 20 Easter cards, so this would be perfect for that number. Now I just need to buy that die!!

  3. What an awesome technique! That background is beautiful.Thanks for sharing at The Paper happy you joined us!

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  5. Donna, this is gorgeous! THe intricate die-cut is awesome and colors behind it are very pretty. Thank you for sharing your card at Paper Players!