Saturday, April 9, 2011

Stained Glass Technique - Stamping 411

The Stained Glass Technique involves stamping an image on a piece of card stock vellum, and then coloring the image on the wrong side.
I used the Elements of Style and the sketch challenge with Stamping 411 here  to create this card.

Stamps: Elements of Style, Just Believe
Inks: Pacific Point, Markers (Pacific Point to color the ribbons, Baja Breeze, Marina Mist, Daffodil Delight, Pear Pizzazz, Old Olive to color the flowers) Vellum sponged with Pacific Point ink
Papers: Pacific Point, Whisper White, Vellum card stock
Accessories: Square Lattice embossing folder, Scallop Edge Punch, 5/8" Whisper White Organza ribbon, Old Olive button, glue dots, Curly Label Punch, dimensionals

8 comments:

§hawnie® said...

I absolutely love this card! The shadowing and / or chalking around the edge brings focus to the flowers on the bush and distressing the square lattice embossing on the case of the card gives it dimension. One could get lost a while staring into this card. ")

Hi, I'm Lee Conrey! said...

Lovely Maria. Thanks so much for playing along.

Tiffany Bauer said...

This is just beautiful!! Love the colors too!!

Kerin said...

Gorgeous!! Wow, another technique I've never tried...thanks for this inspiration!

Patti Chesky said...

Ooohhh I haven't played with that technique in a long time. Thanks for inspiring me to do so with your beautiful card!

Connie Babbert said...

Beautiful technique on a beautiful card!

Selene Kempton said...

Yummy colors! What an awesome technique!

gbarron56 said...

wow, this is gorgeous! It really does look like stained glass. Thanks so much for playing along this week at Stamping 411! Blessings, Gretchen

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