Let me show you how to colour vellum with the Baby Wipe Technique for gorgeous handmade cards! My short video shows you exactly how.
But first let me ask you…
- Do you want to get more value out of your craft supplies?
- Or save time but still have super cool designs?
- Do you like to have unique card designs?
This technique solves ALL those things!!
Take a peek at this!
Isn’t that gorgeous? And I promise it looks much harder than it is!
How to Colour Vellum with the Baby Wipe Technique
Click the image to watch it now!
I used this exact technique on this card too exclusive for my email subscribers.
Get Into Your Craft Room!
OK it’s time to dig out a few ink refills and some vellum and get ready to recreate this card! Here are the measurements.
Cuttin’ It Up!
- Old Olive cardstock – 4 1/4″ x 11″, scored at 5 1/2″, scrap at least 3 3/4″ x 3 3/4″
- Vellum cardstock – piece at least 3 3/4″ x 3 3/4″
- Very Vanilla cardstock – 4″ x 5 1/4″
- Old Olive ribbon (from Ornate Garden ribbon combo pack) – about 10″ made into a bow
Let’s Make It!
1.Create coloured vellum as demonstrated in the video using ink refills. Let dry.
2. Stamp greeting in bottom right corner of Very Vanilla panel with Old Olive ink. Adhere to front of folded Old Olive cardstock.
3. Crop “sprig” wreath in Old Olive with the Stampin Cut & Emboss machine. Cut the larger leaf wreath from your coloured vellum.
4. Attach Old Olive wreath to front of card with mini dimensionals. Position colour wreath on top and glue in place.
5. Adhere bow with a glue dot to left side of wreath. Add Champage Rhinestones randomly on top.
Wasn’t that quick and easy? Here’s everything I used if you wanted to make this exact card! A little click on any image will take you to my online store where you can purchase to have it ship directly to you in about a week. Thanks so much!Supplies
Did you get a chance to take a peek at the video? Hope you have a ball making a bunch of these backgrounds for cool die cuts!
I do love the mix of orange and yellow on this card. And it’s going to a good home to wish a Happy Thanksgiving!
Now you know how to colour vellum with the baby wipe technique, I’d love to hear which colours and dies you’re going to create with first – be sure to leave me a comment!