September winnie and walter take 2

Hello and welcome back.

I am still as excited as my first post for being a September leading lady at winnie and walter blog and I would like to share with you these elegant cards that I made as my takome back ,

I am still as excited as my first post for being a September leading lady at winnie and walter blog and I would like to share with you these elegant cards that I made as my take 2 . Before I started I would like to thank you for your kind words and support it means too much for me.

If you follow me you will notice that I love to use vellum in my cards . Vellum usually my elegant element , I love to used it in my shaker, emboss my sentiment on it and / or for adding details or layers in to my cards . In my post today , I will share with you who I made these two vellum covered cards .

In these two cards I used vellum as a main card but I placed it over another base card to highlight this vellum content.

In my first card I colored over vellum then I placed it over a white cardstock . Here is some tips for who I made this card

* used a heavy vellum and I folded it as I fold my cards that opens up .
* for my no line coloring , I stamped my image for these two tulips flower from winnie snd walter in bloom addies garden stamp set over a white piece of paper and I placed under the vellum , I secured them with washi tape after that I started to color .

* here in this card I used prismacolor pencils for coloring over vellum . Trying to blend many colors and added more details to the flowers .
*I was checking out every now and then who the images looks without the stamped background by placing a piece of white scrape under the colored vellum . Then adding more details on the vellum.
*I highlighted the images by adding blue pencilcolors around the main image and blend them with blending copic to not leave any strike lines and get this smooth look.

* I stamped the sentiment from the new release of winnie snd walter in bloom Ashlees rosie posies stamp set. using a dye ink , be careful because vellum tend to move with your stamping so you have to secure your vellum well in your stamping tool and I used my heat gun to fix the ink in the vellum and speed up the time .
* I placed the vellum over a standard sized folded to up white card stock.

* as a final details I added some gems at the bottom and gold thread around the upper part .

You can watch the video here on my youtube channel

For my second card that open to the sided, I used embossing powder over vellum .

We all know how it is elegant to used while embossing powder over a vellum to create a wedding or elegant congratulations card . For this card I used golden beach embossing powder over a vellum then placed it over a light blush beachy cardstock .here is some tips describing who I made this card.
* in this card I used a medium weighted vellum and I folded to be standard size card open to the side
* I applied some antis

tatic ( here is I used a baby powder ) on the vellum then I used versa fine ink to stamp the image from Winnie snd Walter in bloom Addie’s garden stamp set then added the embossing powder over them.
* I found that when you applied good amount of the powder just over the image it will stick more over the embossing ink .

* I found one of flowers not having this sooth lining so I made another one in scrape of vellum and I cut it and added it to hide the one that I don’t like and to add more dimension to the card .
* I used prisma color pencils to add some details inside the flowers then I blend them with blending copic .

* I placed the vellum over a folded blush beachy card stock that open in the side then I cut with me hand a stripe of vellum to make a little border for the vellum part .
* I die cut these letters for congrats using winnie snd walter typecast cary letter cutaways . I used piece of silver glittery paper and I colored it with both peach and blush alcohol marker colors . I added a tiny piece of hand cut strip of this glitter paper to the main beech color card stock to match the die cut letter on the side .

* I added some gems on the flower as final touch details.

If you’d like a chance to win a $30 gift certificate to winnie snd walter store( thanks Shay for providing this giveaway it’s too kind of you ) , kindly leave a comment on all of Leading Lady post at my blog maryams craft . I will randomly draw a winner from all of the comments and announce the winner on October 2nd .

Thanks for joining me this week , I hope you liked these two cards and get inspired. I Can’t wait to meet you next week with another theme creations . Have an amazing weekend.
Maryam

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27 Comments Add yours

  1. hsmom24kids says:

    I love the coloring on vellum… those tulips are divine!

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  2. Mary-Anne V says:

    Really elegant and pretty cards…love vellum and this card is so pretty and delicate.

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  3. Denise Bryant says:

    I love the cards featured today! The tulips are spectacular! I love using vellum on cards… it adds an elegant look!

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  4. Pai says:

    So soft and pretty! love these!

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  5. Janis in ID says:

    These are just so gorgeous, Maryam. Thank you for the tips you mentioned. That was genius to cover the imperfect embossed flower with another one of vellum…. conceals and adds dimension at the same time!
    ❤ J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  6. laury55 says:

    gorgeous cards, love the first one, it is so unique…thanks for the idea of using vellum. Love how it turns out on your cards

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  7. Sue D says:

    Beautiful cards. I like your use of vellum.

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  8. beccab33324 says:

    Your tulip card is just stunning! I love the use of vellum. Very pretty cards. tfs

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  9. Gilda McCain says:

    Beautiful cards. I love the embossing on vellum.

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  10. Greta H says:

    Elegant cards are my favorite & these are just stunning! Thank you for inspiring me to use Addie’s Garden!

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  11. Dana M says:

    Gorgeous and wonderfully elegant cards! I love the softness the vellum brings and the texture of the colored pencils on the vellum is fantastic.

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  12. I love your sweet cards!

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  13. karenladd says:

    Your vellum cards are so elegant and beautiful! I don’t use vellum very often, and I’ve only colored or stamped on it a few times but now I’m motivated to give it a try again. Those flowers are gorgeous!!

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  14. Trina P. says:

    Both cards are so pretty and elegant. Great use of vellum. x

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  15. Dee Earnshaw says:

    love how you have colored in your beautiful tulips

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  16. These are two beautiful cards and I agree with you, very elegant ! Thanks so much for sharing and guiding us through your process. Can’t wait to see what’s you’re gonna make next week… Love from France, Marjorie
    [margessw(at)icloud(dot)com]

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  17. Marisela Delgado says:

    I LOVE vellum and your card is FABULOUS!! Both cards are fabulous!!

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  18. Marisela Delgado says:

    Hi, it’s me again. I cannot find where to subscribe to your blog via email. I can’t find any other way to contact you either. I really hope you receive this. I would like to follow your blog via email. AWESOME cards, by the way.

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  19. shartl says:

    Thank you for another amazing project with beautiful design and coloring. The vellum takes this card to a whole new level! Your projects are so elegant and I love your no-line stamping technique.

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  20. Stacey Kowbel says:

    Wow, gorgeous cards! The vellum is beautiful!

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  21. Marisela Delgado says:

    Hi, Maryam-
    Great cards! Just a concern: I keep receiving every blog comment that you receive. How can I make that stop? I tried through WordPress, but that requires me to completely unsubscribe from your blog. Can you help me? Or should I unsubscribe and then re-subscribe??

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    1. Maryam’s craft
      SEPTEMBER 13, 2018 AT 2:44 PM EDIT
      Hello Marisela , thanks fo for your subscription. I don’t know why that happening to you . Are you sure that you didn’t mark to send any notifications for comments at my blog when you wrote your comment by mistake. I hope you could find a solution.

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      1. Marisela Delgado says:

        No, I didn’t click to receive all your comments. I will probably have to unsubscribe to your blog. I was hoping that you would have a solution. Thanks anyway.

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  22. Maryam’s craft
    SEPTEMBER 13, 2018 AT 2:44 PM EDIT
    Hello Marisela , thanks fo for your subscription. I don’t know why that happening to you . Are you sure that you didn’t mark to send any notifications for comments at my blog when you wrote your comment by mistake. I hope you could find a solution.

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  23. Deepti Aggarwal says:

    beautiful cards…Love the tulip one so so much… And second one is so elegant..love how you have stamped on vellum..Hugsxx Deepti

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  24. Mindy1414 says:

    Both cards are gorgeous! The coloring on your Collect Beautiful Moments card is fabulous. I love the elegance of vellum on cards and these designs and colors are perfect for it. Thank you for sharing, thank you for showing/telling how you created them, and thank you for the inspiration to try your techniques.

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  25. Wow! Love your gorgeous cards! They’re so elegant!!! ❤

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