Saturday, April 30, 2016

Clear & Sheer Day 2

Hello again...

Well, it's day 2 for me even if it's day 5 of the class...
So this lesson was about vellum techniques and I don't think I've ever tried to use copics to colour vellum ... It's kind of tricky as the ink stays on the top
Nevertheless I had a go and here's my card 


I do however, love cutting out with vellum it's so easy -  For this card I used a Stampendous stamp together with a couple of leaf dies


The base of the flowers and leaves are anchored with double sided tape and the ribbon hides it - I also used a little glue here and there on the back of the flowers


Even though the colouring is not marvelous, I do like the result and would probably try this again 
What do you think?

Have a great day and thanks so much for your visit

~ Ros ~

20 comments:

Lisette Baker said...

Such a pretty card and a wonderful technique. A perfect antidote to the unseasonal weather!!

Darlene said...

I think it's BEAUTIFUL! So light and airy! Your coloring is FABULOUS ... I certainly don't see anything wrong with it. Such a pretty, pretty card Ros ... I just love it! Well done! As soon as I get this last spring show over with today I'm going to give this a whirl ... thanks for always inspiring me.

baileyrosy.com said...

I think its fabulous ! I love the colouring its beautiful especially the effect of the leaves. I reckon you could have taught the class instead of taking part. The vellum is so beautiful gives the card such a beautiful ethereal feel.

Marie

Davi said...

WOW Ros this is GORGEOUS!! Love the coloring on the vellum,its beautiful!!

Maria said...

Oh, I do love the result, Ros...very soft and pretty! Wonderful blue and green against all the white! It's one lovely card...well done!:-)

Barbara said...

You're really getting the hang of it, Ros - this card is gorgeous! Love the coloring on the vellum! Have a great weekend!

Dorothy C. said...

I'm going to have to disagree with you on the coloring :). I think it's gorgeous - especially the leaves!! Really quite stunning. Thanks for sharing.

Kathy Krug said...

Beautiful. I love the airy look of the flowers. The pretty bow and sentiment grounds the card.

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Very pretty, you've inspired me to dig out those vellum paper!

Greta said...

I actually adore this look & I'm thinking maybe I could actually use my Copics! Gorgeous card, my friend--you've inspired me again!

Darnell J Knauss said...

I'm not surprised to see you rocking the vellum class homework, Ros! Both days' cards are stunning! If you ask me, you should be TEACHING the class! Hugs, Darnell

Mac Mable said...

Brought a smile to my face...Yes great technique, something I haven't tried either but after seeing this beautify I shall add it to my 'to try list'.... so thank you for the inspiration. Such pretty colours, loving the effect on the vellum and the prettiest of layouts x

Stella said...

Subtle and definitely stunning. The flowers are gorgeous. And a brilliant idea to add the flowers and leaves with double sided tape and cover it with a lovely bow. This card is a jaw dropper!
XXXXX

Leslie Miller said...

This looks amazing! The Copics on vellum look like watercolor. I'm in awe!

Nana Griffin said...

This is so very lovely!

Jinny Newlin said...

Ooo-la-la! Stunning, girl! LOVE your color choices, and fabulous job with all that fussy cutting!

Diane said...

Gorgeous all the way through..I just love how pretty this is....it would so fun to see all your beautiful cards displayed together, they are always stunning!

Carol H. said...

Your card is gorgeous!!!!! Congrats on being featured on the Wrap Up Day!!!

Carol said...

Simply stunning card, Ros! Your vellum floral arrangement looks so delicate and ethereal. Clever adhesive placement. Congrats on being showcased on the Sheer and Clear wrap up day!

Tracy said...

You can color on the backside of the stamping and you won't see the lines as much but I think it looks amazing on the front. It's much more vibrant. Great color choices too Ros.

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