Hello again, and welcome back to another fortnightly class catch-up. This fortnight we played with the Stained Glass technique. If you haven’t tried this technique, you really should! It’s quite fun, and there are multiple ways of doing it. In this class, we made two cards using two different techniques.

***PLEASE NOTE – Stampin’ Blends are currently unavailable until late-May. You could complete these projects with any similar alcohol based markers***

For the first card, we stamped and heat embossed a floral image from You’re Inspiring, on vellum. Once dry, we turned it over to the non-embossed side, and used Daffodil Delight and Old Olive Stampin’ Blends to colour in the back of the image. Once coloured, it was turned the right way again, and mounted it behind a card front of Daffodil Delight card on a Pear Pizzazz card base.


For the second card, we stamped a large rose image from Rose Wonder, onto Whisper White card with Memento Ink. This was then coloured with Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, and Pink Pirouette Stampin’ Blends in a stained glass effect, and finished off with a diecut over the top; then backed onto a Pink Pirouette card base. We finished off the card with Iridescent Sequins (I am in love with those now!!).

There you have it – two easy way to create a stained glass effect on your cards. Thank you for popping in to have a look at our creations. ‘Til next time x

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