When Monoprint And Vellum Together

It is the week I am taking an online class at Online Card Classes. It the newest class they have called Clear and Sheer. This is a class about using clear acetate and vellum papers for cardmaking in creative way, you might wanna check this class.

So today, I wanna share a card I made with monoprint technique and adding vellum. The way I use the vellum is a way I learned in the Day 1 class (how to attache vellum) and Day 2 class (mutting pattern paper).

Monoprint and Vellum Card

On a piece of vellum (same size with the monoprint panel), I heat embossed the sentiment and Woodgrain stamp from Winnie and Walter with Ranger Extra Fine White Embossing powder (CTMH). The vellum is soften the bright monoprint background I created using Hero Arts leaf stencil, Gelli Plate and acryclic paint.

I learned there are so many ways to add vellum on the card without showing the adhesive. I handstitched the vellum on the monoprint background using CTMH Stitching Guide. Then added the whole panel on the card base using liquid glue.

Monoprint and Vellum Card

Then I finished the card with a glittered chipboard flower that I found in my embellishment drawer. I forgot the brand. But I love this flower becuase the glitter and gem give some extra bling on the card.

It is always a blessing to learn from great card designers 🙂 And I hope you like the card as much as I enjoy making it.

Thank you so much for visiting and taking time to sharw your thoughts with me in the comment. Have a fabulous day!

I link up the card at:

WOW! Embossing April Challenge

Simon Says: Anything Goes

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog

Word Art Wednesday Challenge 228-229: Family Friendly/Anything Goes

Word Art Wednesday

HLS April CAS Challenge: Stencil Monoprint

APRIL 2016 STAMPlorations™ CASEplorations

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14 thoughts on “When Monoprint And Vellum Together

  1. Love it! The vellum does a great job softening the background and allowing your sparkly flower to shine! Thanks for sharing!

    HLS DT

  2. Your art is always so stunning and original, Helen. Your creativity has no end. Thank you so much for stopping by to share your wonderful art in our challenge. It’s always such a blessing to have you play along, and I really hope you will stop by again soon. I appreciate your participation more than simple words can express.
    God bless you,
    Word Art Wednesday