Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Beautiful new digi image printed on vellum



Hello all, another scheduled post as I don't anticipate being allowed to cut and run from hospital for a couple of days, but I really wanted to make sure I shared this beautiful Christmas Rose from the pen of my friend Ruth. You will find it here at a Passion for Stamps.

It is such a delicate flower and as they are usually white, sometimes with a ting of pink and with a yellow centre, vellum immediately came to mind. So with detail clear embossing powder at the ready, I printed the images off onto Pergamano and tossed the powder on as it came through the printed and hey presto, it worked a treat.


All I did the was colour with Aquamarkers on the reverse and run a ball tool over the back and quite like the soft feel of it. I printed out a second image for the top card and cut out just the flowers, used a Spellbiner frame, the border is also from Spellbinders, the holly motifs set, the DP Nitwits and I added some Liquid Pearls to the flower centres. 

The second card is also on vellum and coloured the same way, I used an old JudiKins stamp on the base card and cut out the image with Nesties Fleur de Lis square.................yep, the vellum did tear, hence the seam binding bow and pin.......what do they call it, a 'happy accident'.

Do pop over to Ruth's store as she has several new Christmas images.


42 comments:

  1. Such stunning cards Brenda and I LOVE the bigger photos too. Hope you are okay
    hugs sarah x

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  2. Very nice!
    Greetings from Belgrade!

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  3. first postcard is especially beautiful!

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  4. Beautiful cards... and beautiful flowers...

    Have a great day

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  5. Hi Brenda!These are fabulous!Fantastic!
    I hope everything is okay with you,have a lovely evening!

    Hugs,Kari :)

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  6. Brenda beautiful your work on Vellum. Fantastic. Beautiful your bigger photos.
    Lovely greet
    Marja

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  7. thanks for sharing this.It is beautiful .I am going to try this asap

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  8. That's beautiful and love the Vellum
    hugs Nikki

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  9. Hope you are keeping well Brenda. These cards are beautiful. The images look amazing done on vellum. Lee x

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  10. gorgeous cards, love that its done on velume !!!!
    Paula

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  11. This is fantastic:) The image on vellum is done so well.. Fabulous..

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  12. oh wow these are so pretty
    Lisa x

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  13. So pretty Brenda, it looks so delicate on the vellum, a beautiful card.
    Hugs Jacee

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  14. There is a softness about the Pergamano vellum, that makes the cards look wonderfully crisp and clean, these are beautiful cards Brenda.
    Smiles:)

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  15. These are both gorgeous Brenda.

    Hugs
    Penni
    X

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  16. Two beautiful delicate cards. Love the backing papers especially the one on the first card.

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  17. Ah, Brenda...these are gorgeous!! I love the delicate feel you've given them. Thanks a million, Ruth x

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  18. Amazing work. I like how velum gives the feeling of lightness.
    With best wishes,
    Viktoria

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  19. Brenda these cards are amazing. Both of them beautiful on the vellum. Something I have yet to try. I hope all is going according to plan for your hospital stay and that you are home soon.

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  20. OH WOW I love those Christmas flowers, how elegant and lovely, great makes Brenda. You always blow me away with your work xoxo

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  21. Terrific elegance on both of these - i cannot make up my mind as to which is my favourite. Love the liquid pearls effect- happy accident creativity is a skill I'm still mastering. Hope you're back home safely soon.
    Paula (PEP)

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  22. very very beautiful! cards. Love the colors and great coloring of the flowers.

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  23. Pretty cards. How does it go, there are no mistakes in paper crafting just more opportunities for embellishment?!! Hope that you are doing well and not going stir crazy in the hospital.
    R/

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  24. oh wow hun these are amazing,gosh they look stunning printed onto vellum hugs cherylxxxx

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  25. Очень красивые открытки! Стильный минимализм!:)

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  26. Two stunning cards Brenda and they look amazing printed on to vellum...lovely colouring too

    Anne

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  27. Hope tests are going OK. Beautiful cards, stunning image. Marianne x

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  28. soo pretty!!!:) love the flowers!!

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  29. Beautiful cards!
    Greetings from Poland! :)

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  30. Hi Brenda! Once again I admire your work! is beautiful! I wonder which is the thickness of the vellum used!?
    A hug!

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  31. Piękna kartka:)Pozdrowienia z Polski

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  32. Beautiful cards, I hope you are OK. x

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  33. Both of these are gorgeous Brenda1 I love that stamp. It looks fabulous on the vellum too. I don't stamp on vellum too often - I am chicken - but definitely going to have to try it. I hope all is well in the hospital and that you get to come home soon. Praying that the results are good.

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  34. OMG, it's so beautiful! I love that stamp and these cards!

    I hope that everything it's ok?

    Greetings from Poland :)

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  35. Wow, those cards look lovely! That stamp looks really great on vellum. Hope everything is going well in the hospital! Hugs, Hanneke

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  36. Beautiful cards! There is just something so elegant and different about vellum on a card.
    Thanks for sharing! :)

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  37. Really beautiful cards! I just love those flowers on cards.

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  38. Look at your cards and can not find words to express my admiration! You have each card masterpiece!

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