Sunday, January 4, 2009

Stained Vellum Card


This is another technique I'll be teaching this year in Green Valley, AZ. Isn't it pretty! I used the Take Pride set, a scrap piece of white cardstock, brown cardstock, vellum paper, Burnt Umber & Noir inks, and small dark brads (from my stock). It'd make a great graduation or masculine card. After my class I will post the technique here for you to try but I'd really like to see your projects! I'd love to showcase your work! You must use TAC™ stamps, though.

And don't forget that, as of Tuesday the 6th through the 26th, all T-coded stamps (T in the item number under the stamp name) in our catalogue are on sale at half price!! I'm already getting orders coming in! And, if your order goes over $30 net, you need to not use my online shopping cart and contact me so that you can get your free stamp! And, if your order goes over $100 net, you will qualify for hostess sets and 1/2 price items so again you need to contact me to get these great benefits!

6 comments:

kellyrae said...

I love the muted elephant behind the saying. And wouldn't this make a "manly" graduation card?

Trudy Osborn said...

This is great! I love the saying over the larger image!

Barb said...

Beautiful card, Carol! Fantastic masculine card (the hardest kinds of cards to make!!).

Lori said...

I'm going to try this technique. I need to break out of my stamping comfort zone and try new things.
Are you going to post tutorials after you teach your classes?

Anna said...

This is so cool looking! I really like how you did the elephant in the center.

joycented said...

Loved this idea, Carol. Looking forward to learning the technique! Joyce joycented@cox.net