Make It Monday #169 (Vellum Overlays), CASE Study #197 (Pamelo Ho), Color Throwdown #298 (Crumb Cake, Pink Pirouette, Wisteria Wonder), SSS Monday 23/6 (Use This More), SSS Wednesday 25/6 (Anything Goes)

Well that wasn’t too long a wait for a one handed post … here’s my second card …

MIM 169, CASE Study 197, CT 298, SSSM 23-6, SSSW 25-6I used PTI’s Sketched Shapes to make the circle grid … each circle double stamped to make the criss cross pattern … and a gap was left for the sentiment.  I stamped and heat embossed the the vellum overlay with a PTI sentiment and wrapped it round the stamped panel, adhering it to the back.  The stamped panel was mounted on vellum, which had already been edged with a Promarker, and the whole thing was popped up on foam dots on the card base.  The tiny gems were the finishing touch.

I’m joining in with these challenges …

Make It Monday – Vellum Overlays (great video from Danielle)

CASE Study – Pamelo Ho’s circles/vellum overlay card

Color Throwdown – Crumb Cake, Pink Pirouette, Wisteria Wonder (my closest colours to them)

SSS Monday – I Ought To Use This More (Vellum)

SSS Wednesday – Anything Goes

Off for a short meander around the blogosphere before bed … may well see you there!  Thanks so much for coming by, your visits and comments are always a joy!  Anita 🙂

                   

Simon Monday Challenge Blog          Simon Wednesday Challenge Blog

 

 

31 thoughts on “Make It Monday #169 (Vellum Overlays), CASE Study #197 (Pamelo Ho), Color Throwdown #298 (Crumb Cake, Pink Pirouette, Wisteria Wonder), SSS Monday 23/6 (Use This More), SSS Wednesday 25/6 (Anything Goes)

  1. Sarah Gray

    Beautiful! Love the soft colours – your stamping is perfect too 🙂 The vellum is an elegant finishing touch!

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  2. Bev

    Soft and subtle. This has such a gentle feel to it. My word, how do you do it every time??? Your cards are always such a delight. I could look at them for hours.Those circles are brilliant in those beautiful colors…dang girl!

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  3. BarbGhig

    Such a pretty card, Anita! I love the soft pastels you chose for the circles, and how you stamped them to create your pattern…brilliant! I also love your vellum sentiment strip…it’s the perfect elegant touch for this stunning card!

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  4. Geri G

    Absolutely gorgeous! The texture of this paper is divine…and works so well with the velum! Love the soft, muted colors of your cross-hatched stamped circles! The Promarker colored velum mat totally sets off the main panel design with this bold, yet subdued color!

    BTW – You will definitely be ‘burning up’ the winner’s circle with both of these creative beauties 🙂

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  5. Shona Chambers

    Isn’t vellum fabulous!! I don’t use it very often (for some reason I find it a bit daunting) but it certainly looks amazing with your card, especially with the white embossing. Fantastic idea to double stamp to make the criss-cross pattern. And the colours are so lovely and soft. Well done typing one handed, hopefully this time next week you will be churning the cards out!!!

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  6. c

    Seriously, not only is your card exponentially beautiful, but I’m wondering how you managed to fashion such amazing stamping and embossing with one hand!! Double-doozy impact, indeed!! The soft colours, the criss-crossed circles, the vellum-background sentiment…another WOW x WOW!! Hugs~c

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  7. Petra

    Oh, what beautiful colours, Anita and I love how you’ve stamped the circles twice to give a lovely criss cross effect!! I sooo love the look of vellum and you have used it perfectly here!!! Lovely card!!!

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