Today I’m sharing a technique that some call “Faux Stained Glass”. You basically take a panel of vellum, emboss one side with an image that you can add some color to, and then add the color on the reverse side to get a translucent effect similar to stained glass.
In the video, I show how I completed the first card. The other two cards are essentially the same except for the colors and that the sentiment is embossed in silver on a separate piece of white cardstock and attached to the card with an extra strip of pattern paper.
The darker markers are from the Brights Stampin’ Write Markers. I used the Pacific Point and Tempting Turquoise ones. For the lighter card, I used a Copic marker (I can’t remember which one but the lightest ones I own are B02, B24 and B32 so it had to be one of those).
I used Tempting Turquoise Ink to sponge the backgrounds on the first and last cards but used a lot less ink on the first one to get a more subdued color. The second card is sponged with Marina Mist Ink.
The full supply list is at the bottom of the post.
I added a gift card holder pocket to this card by adding a piece of Whisper White Cardstock cut to 4-3/16″x2″ and adhering snowflakes stamped with the Flurry Of Wishes Photopolymer Stamp Set and punched with the Snow Flurry Punch.
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