Too Kind – A Clean and Simple Card with Vellum

It’s been a crazy few days around our house here in freezing cold Washington… surprizingly it has been actually hanging out in below freezing temperatures here (normally we are cold but not this cold!) My stamping and blogging time has been put on hold a little bit as we’ve celebrated my daughter’s 2nd birthday this weekend as well as dealing with serious health issues with our oldest cat.  But, I wanted to stop on by and share another card from my recent vellum class.

This is one of the simplest ways to use vellum and it is a great way to add an elegant touch to your cards.  In this case, I stamped the flowers from the Too Kind stamp set and kept the card pretty simple so the flowers would really be the main focal point.  But when I wanted to add the sentiment (also from the same set) I wanted it to fit in with the feeling of the card… so vellum to the rescue!

I stamped my sentiment directly onto the vellum and held it in place with Silver Mini Brads so that it wouldn’t go sliding anywhere.

It is a great way to add a fun touch without adding a heavy layer to your card.  You should definitely give it a try!

Don’t Miss the Deals!

Just in case you thought you missed it, there are still tons of great deals on the Clearance Rack as part of the Clearance Rack Blitz.  The items are while supplies last so don’t delay in checking it out and grabbing your favorites before they are gone.  Plus, while you are there, check out this week’s Weekly Deals to save even more.

Alright, time to tend to the kitty… have fun stamping and I’ll be back tomorrow with more!

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