Tuesday, 26 July 2016

Vellum?

Hi Everyone, my card today is very simple and is for the progressive challenge at the Digistamps4joy FB page. We have had a lovely floral corner digital image, which I, for some reason, wanted to have as a white embossed stamp on vellum. I found a way in PS and I am thrilled with the result. I can now have a digi "stamped" in white onto any background, any of you want to know how, give me a shout!

I used a CAS design, as I wanted the focus to be on the stamp and the glittered vellum! Both of which are digital. After printing, I cut them out and layered them onto the base paper and added a sentiment using the same effects as the main image. then added pearls to hold down the "vellum".


This closeup shows the "glittered vellum"!
Corner images Digistamps4joy
Glittered vellum Elle Designs
Background papers Paper Garden Projects


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19 comments:

  1. Fabulous way to use this great image! Jackie xx ds4j DT member

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  2. This is pretty Faith, such a good idea.
    Pauline
    x

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  3. Love the vellum effect Faith. I have just been embossing a design on vellum using my Curio and it works really well xx

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  4. Beautiful Faith!! It's so simple in it's design, yet the elegance just shines through! Love the colour, and the pearls add a lovely feminine touch! hugs :)

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  5. It's not only beautiful, but amazing as well. I think when you have time, this could be another tutorial! The embossing looks just like you've done it with EP, and very dimensional. Looks so nice against the bright pink dp, and brilliant idea to use the pearls as 'glue'...also very pretty extra detail to your card! Love it! TFS & Hgs

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  6. wow! I can't believe that has been done digitally - well done for working it out, looks so effective.

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  7. Amazed again at your PS talent. The card looks stamped and embossed etc. One clever and very talented lady, thank you for sharing! x I would love to know how you did it on PS...I really am converted!! xx

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  8. Oh WOW. Love what you did with our July image! I would really love to learn how you printed in white!
    Margy

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  9. So pretty, I love how you used the digital image with the white embossing.

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  10. WOW, Faith, this is incredible! I'm loving however you did the white on vellum with a digi and I'm giving a shout out because I want to be able to do that, too. :-D Maybe you need to do some sort of tutorial since there are so many of us wanting to know.

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  11. Great idea to keep it simple, vellum always has a lovely effect.
    The white on white is great on the red background. It really stamds off.

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  12. Clever effect Faith, you're so talented with your digital art well done, I love this card :D xx

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  13. Hummmm. I know I left a comment but maybe the last step didn't go through. I'm glad I was revisiting your post. I will now try to post again. I too am doing a shout out on the white on vellum. Your card turned out beautifully and I totally understand the delicate look of this image being white.

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  14. You are so clever Faith. Would love a tutorial on how you did it in PS x

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  15. Oooooh! That is wonderful! What a beautiful technique! I need lessons - you are so clever!

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  16. Such a pretty card! Your vellum technique looks lovely. You're so very talented!!

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