A Parchment challenge with Rubber stamps is this week's challenge at Sweet Stamps- this is what enamored me with Sweet Stamps- please take a moment to drop by the blog to see all of the DT cards!
There is a great instructional video. at Sweet Stamps- check it out- this is not difficult and Oh- such a great look! SweetStamps.com is sponsoring an Online Parchment Crafting Class through My Creative Classroom, which is being taught by past DT member Sandy Hulsart.
Join us in this challenge for a chance to win $20 of rubber stamps from SweetStamps.orghttp://shop.sweetstamps.com/main.schttp://shop.sweetstamps.com/main.sc Rules are listed on the challenge blog in the sidebar. Winner is chosen by Random.org- and if you use a Sweet Stamps image- you will get two entries in the draw.
I will list all of the supplies I used here:
White Dye Ink, Ranger Queen's Gold EP, White EP, Mother's Day stamp, Parchment stamp (Dresden Rose Circle), Copic Marker Sets: Rosey Reds, Tea Rose and Victorian green.
Sweet stamps has a kit for getting started with Parchment crafting HERE- on sale right now. In addition to the tools included in the kit, I used the 2 needle piercing tool as well. There is a single needle and the 4 needle tool in the kit. On the bottom of the gold card, I used the Dancing Doily Lace Border back to back- one of my absolutely favorite dies!
When I initially found Sweet Stamps, I tried this technique with 'other' vellum...... Well, it did not look the greatest- so I highly recommend the Parchment Vellum- give it a try! The Parchment is attached to the cardstock using Vellum Adhesive Spray- works beautifully!
Addicted to Stamps- Mother's Day
Dream Valley- for a special lady
Great Impressions- Anything Goes
Pan Pastel- Anything Goes
Sentimental Sunday- For a Special Woman
I Brake for Challenges- Floral
2 Sisters- Anything Goes
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