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Old 02-07-2010, 07:26 PM   #1
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Welcome, Friends!

I am posting a wee bit early tonight …. Hope you don’t mind

To all my New Orleans Saints fan friends…. Congrats!!

Today I am inviting you to try a technique that I came up with…. At least I have never seen it done before .

~~ Frosted Window ~~

This is a twist on stamping on vellum. I think the result is awesome!

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I have attached a word doc that shows the very simple process. I have also included the instructions on my blog, if you prefer (though I did not do this for comments, so please don’t feel that you need to comment. It just might be easier for some).

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~ Frosted Rose ~

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I am excited to see what twist you girls will put on this!! Go create!!

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Nice technique! I'll have to try it in the morning. Thanks for posting early!
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Looks like a great technique. I will have to try it in the morning. Your card is wonderful. Thanks, Holly.
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Fun with Velum! I hope to play this week. Thanks, Holly.
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This was fun...Mine is no where as perfect as Holly's, but I didnt expect it to be..

Heres my: Frosted Blessing
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Thanks Holly for an awesome technique! I´m free from work today so I´ve had a lovely morning in my craftroom!

Here´s mine;

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Oh Bless you Holly!

I love vellum and it appears I don't need to worry too much about folding!

Folding and I are arch enemies! LOL! although I actually managed a wiper card this weekend! I had to watch Beate's Utube about 4 times though!

I'll think on this at work tomorrow and post my creation later in the week. This one is WAY more to my abilities YEAH!!
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Sorry if I'm dumb.. but I don't want to assume. When you say "dimensionals" are these like pop dots or some sort of adhesive that pops up but adheres your paper? Just making sure. whenever I assume, it's ALWAYS wrong so I have learned NEVER to assume.

I'm getting you want to attach but provide a space between your frame and the vellum/image under it. right?
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thanks Holly!! awesome!
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Beautiful technique Holly. I can't wait to give this a try!
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This looks like fun...can't wait to try it
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Very interesting! I need to get my mojo back and this looks like it could do it! Thanks for sharing!
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I wasnt' sure I was going to get this uploaded before leaving for work -- had a little uploading problem, but it finally posted. Cool technique, Holly. Here's my Frosted Spring Window.

I'll be back after work to comment.
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WAY cool, Holly...now if I can just dig up some vellum around here, hee!
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Sorry if I'm dumb.. but I don't want to assume. When you say "dimensionals" are these like pop dots or some sort of adhesive that pops up but adheres your paper? Just making sure. whenever I assume, it's ALWAYS wrong so I have learned NEVER to assume.

I'm getting you want to attach but provide a space between your frame and the vellum/image under it. right?
You got it! Dimensionals is SU's name for the product.
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This is a very nice technique, Holly. I'm going to try to make time to do it this week so I can particiapte in the challenge. May also share the technique with my friends during out weekly stamp club meeting if you don't mind.
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grrrrr...still trying to upload...it's wonky today!
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Holly, what a creat technique to add to our repertoire! Thanks!! Love the effect it gives....and not that difficult. Thanks!!!

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Looks like a fun challenge and am hoping to play when I get home from work!!
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I cannot even begin to tell you how much I love this technique, Holly. Awesome, thank you, thank you, thank you!

Here's mine

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Fabulous, Holly! I hope I can play today....it's my day off....so I'm adding this to my to do list!

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Thanks for the great tutorial Holly, it's so easy and a lot of fun to do! What a great way to start the week. Here's my

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Thanks, Holly, I may even get a chance to do this one. Be back later, hopefully.
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Did you do the shading around the rose on the cardstock or the vellum? Or both? TIA
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I did the shading around the rose on the back of the vellum. I haven't tried it the other way, so not sure how that would show through
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What a fun technique! I am definitely going to try this later. I do not use my vellum nearly enough.
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Thanks for this fun challenge, Holly! Your sample is a stunning beauty!

Here is my card:

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Holly, what a fun technique. Thank you!!! I spent more time looking for my vellum, that I never use, than I did making the card!!

Here is my card.
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This really was fun. Thanks, Holly. Here's mine.

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I have to say... I Absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE this technique! Awesome work!

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I've tried twice, after getting home late and doing all the weekly chores.
First time, my vellum was too thick (the one I mostly use is really more like cardstock) and it didn't really work.
So then I found some thinner vellum with a pattern printed on it - but even after heat-setting and an hour's rest time, my ink smudged. It's too late for me to try again tonight, so I'll just enjoy seeing what other people have been creating.
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Yeah! I finally finished this card....haha!

Great challenge, Holly...thanks!
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This was a fun challenge, thanks so much for the technique. Here is mine it is frosted even though it didn't scan that way. I even glittered the center of the flowers from the back side.
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I've tried twice, after getting home late and doing all the weekly chores.
First time, my vellum was too thick (the one I mostly use is really more like cardstock) and it didn't really work.
So then I found some thinner vellum with a pattern printed on it - but even after heat-setting and an hour's rest time, my ink smudged. It's too late for me to try again tonight, so I'll just enjoy seeing what other people have been creating.
Aww, Sabrina! I am so sorry you're having a tough time with it. I had the same issue with the first time I tried it. I learned quickly that the fast drying ink is a must. Even with the stazon ink, I had to let it dry for over an hour.

Perhaps you'll get a chance to try again some other time. We would love to see what you come up with!

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Holly, you really challenged me today. I'm someone who rarely uses vellum. That I had to look for my vellum for a long time this morning is proof of that. I can't believe I made 2 cards using this technique. I like them both, but I think I am partial to my butterfly in blue.
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Thanks for the great technique, Holly!

Here's mine- Thanks for looking, hope you like it!

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