Hello and welcome to a new challenge at Seize the Birthday! The topping this time is one of my favorite – Vellum! There are so many many ways to use this spectacular, versatile medium – just check out the STB blog and you’ll know! 😉
But, if you not a fan of vellum like I am, you could definitely go for a project without it, just make sure to make it birthday themed, and join us!
Here’s my inspiration for you –
This card uses a simple scripty background, I used Cloud9 Border Patterns stamp, white heat embossed over kraft cardstock panel, over which I adhered vellum, on which I white heat embossed Penny Black Dazzler images. These images are so pretty!! The sentiment, both stamp and die, are from Paper Trey Ink Good Times. I used paper from an old book for the die cut sentiment. Foe embellishing, I used some pearls.
You can be sure to find some more amazing ideas from our very talented Surprise Party Guest Anita Bowden and the rest of the creative DT over at the Seize the Birthday blog. So, do play along! 🙂
I am also submitting this card to the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge: Anything Goes –
Thank you for stopping by! 🙂
This is so beautiful!! Love how used the vellum and the sentiment is awesome.
Thank you so much Glenda!
Beautiful card. Those white embossed images on the vellum are gorgeous. Love how you did the sentiment also.
Thank you very much JoAnn!
Lovely card Ashwini 🙂 Embossing on vellum looks beautiful 🙂
Thank you Pooja! 🙂
great card! so classy!
Thank you Dawn!
You may not be a fan of vellum, but you have really out done yourself here. Love the details and the white embossing on this one.
Thank you very much Barbara!
This is gorgeous Ashwini! That image is so eye catching! This card is a real looker!
Thank you so much Nancy!
Beautiful white on vellum, Ashwini … delicate, elegant and just lovely! Anita 🙂
Thank you Anita!
What a fabulous background you’ve created, Ashwini! The embossing on vellum is gorgeous, especially over the script stamping. Love it!
Thank you Sandy!
This is so elegant, Ashwini! I thought first your base is some rose gold paper! Beautiful effect of vellum on kraft!