Wednesday, 8 July 2009

ABC - V is for.....


This is my DT card for this week's challenge on ABC. When I saw vellum was the theme I was a little stumped as I don't use much vellum on projects because of adhesive showing, but I decided to attached with brads on this project. The vellum is stamped then clear/glitter embossing powder over and heated - love the sparkle!!!!

As last week was our Anniversary the DT have each chosen our fave entry of the challenge. I chose Fern - a very talented 11 year old crafter. You can see her entry here. Great card Fern, I will be sending you some stamped images and other goodies. Send your address via mail link on the right.

Image: Doctors & Nurses stamp set by Woodware from Secret Crafter
Background stamp: Cuddly Buddly
Medium: Promarkers
Cuttlebug used to cut Lables frame
Punched flowers
Vellum, bazzill card, ribbon, brads and pearls from my stash


Cathy said...

Gorgeous Jane - love the stamping and embossing on the vellum.
I really struggled with this week's challenge!
Cathy xx

Angela said...

awwwww, so sweet

Elaine said...

Lovely! Such a sweet image and I love the colours.

Wendy said...

This is gorgeous Jane and a very clever way to use the vellum
Wendy x

Helen said...

Fabby card Jane - love the sparkly embossing on the vellum!
Helen x

Jennifer said...

Hi Jane,
I love the colour of your vellum and the sparkly embossing powder. Such a cute stamp!
Jen x

Nicki said...

What a cute and adorable card! love the little image! adorable!

Fern said...

Hi Jane,
Wow this card is a total stunner... i love the stamped vellum, it gives such a great effect.
I know what you mean about seeing the addehise behind vellum.... why don't you try using white flower peeloffs attached to vellum, and then cut them out, this way you won't see any adhesive behind them.
I made some on my blog ages ago. ( sorry the link isn't working, but the post is titled Spoon Full Of Sugar and Cupcake Craft Challenges, it's towards the bottom.)

Fern xx

Donna said...

This card is a real beauty Jane, love the vellum and the image is so sweet :) Donna x