Hi everyone and welcome to another Terrific Tuesday Video.
Today I am going to share a neat technique with you that I refer to as the “Frosted Vellum Technique”.
Here is a picture of the card I will be making today:
Before I get started I want to take a moment and share with you a little bit about the amazing week and weekend we have in store.
This weekend by son, Matt, will say “I Do” to his best friend. It’s so hard to believe that my 2 pound baby is 28 years old and GETTING MARRIED! We are so excited for him and can not wait to welcome Nicole to our crazy and busy family!
Here is a fun collage of pictures of them. Notice the biggest one, that was taken the day he proposed to her. They were at a car show and he had a plate made. It was an awesome day. Here is a video of the proposal for anyone who wants to see it. He did good!
Thanks for letting me share that with all of you! I promise I will have wedding pictures for you next week!
This week’s technique showcases our vellum cardstock. This is a product that I haven’t used to much in my videos and it’s AMAZING!!!! I used the vellum and embossed it, making it look frosted.
All the details are provided in my video. I LOVE how it turned out and this is a PERFECT wow card with very little time invested. Here are some close ups of the card.
I used the Garden Trellis embossing folder and the sunshine wishes framelits.
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Check out my video for all the details on this FUN technique:
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Here is a list of supplies I used to create these cards.