Monday, April 25, 2011

The Kraft Journal Challenge #16



      Wow, can you believe it's almost May already.  This year is just zipping by!  Our theme this week at The Kraft Journal is "May Day".  I haven't worked with vellum for quite a while so I decided I'd break some out for this card. 
     The card base and two mats are created using Kraft Outlet's Brown Kraft  and Buff Ivory Coverweight cardstocks.  There's some pretty blue Bazzill thrown in there too.
     For the flowers I inked up my stamp with some Versamark and then added some white embossing powder to really make the image pop on the Translucent Vellum.  It looks so delicate and pretty.
     There's a little 7 Gypsies Venice Gaffer Tape and Victoria Seam Binding.  The sentiment was printed out on more of the vellum and then covered with clear embossing powder to keep the ink from smearing.  I tied a little bow with some green Baker's Twine around the Seam Binding.
     I love the cream, kraft and blue color combination and how that white embossing powder looks on the vellum.  Hope you like it too.
     Get your projects for this "May Day" challenge linked up by 6:00 p.m. EST on Sunday.
     Happy Monday!


Kraft Outlet Supplies

Brown Kraft Cover Weight cardstock
Buff Ivory Cover Weight cardstock
Vellum
7 Gypsies Venice Gaffer Tape
7 Gypsies Victoria Seam Binding
Green Baker's Twine

Other Supplies

Paper:  Bazzill cardstock
Stamp:  Martha Stewart "Clear Camellia Stamps"
Inks+:  Versamark, Zing Clear embossing powder, Stampendous White embossing powder
Tools:  Nestabilities Classic Ovals Large(S4-110) and Classic Scalloped Ovals Large (S4-111), Martha Stewart Vintage Floral punch around the page set, sewing machine
Miscellaneous:  The Paper Studio and Jolee's pearls, Waterfall Stickles

10 comments:

  1. Oh Tracy...I love the vellum flowers on this ultra-feminine card...great use of Kraft Outlet products too... wonderful work!

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  2. Tracy this card is so pretty. I love the color combination as well, I've always loved blues/browns together. The vellum flowers really do make a "wow" statement, love it!

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  3. This is beautiful, Tracy! I love the color palette and LOVE those vellum flowers. Fabulous use of the decorative tape, too. :)

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  4. I LOVE the flowers...AMAZING!!

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  5. Goodness, your flowers look awesome and so very delicate, too! And that punched frame really stands out! Super duper card girl! Ira x

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  6. Hmmm...I don't even remember when I last used my vellum! And your flowers look so lovely...maybe I should give it a try?!
    Hugs
    Annika

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  7. Everyone LOVES those vellum flowers - and they are spectacular !

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  8. Yep.. I have to agree with everyone here those flowers are amazing.. Your card looks beautiful..
    Hope you had a Happy Easter..

    Hugs, Linda

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  9. Lovely vellum flowers. Beautiful card.

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  10. Wow your vellum flowers are just too precious, you have inspired me to try!

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