Tuesday, January 17, 2012

RC007: Frosty - Use Vellum Challenge with Rogue Redhead Designs

Rogue Redhead Designs has a challenge to use vellum in some way on a project.  I have used the wisdom of Winnie the Pooh printed on a piece of vellum to answer that challenge.  Really, wisdom does not get much deeper than Pooh Bear, does it?  I first covered 5"x7" blank white card with some pink birdcage card stock.  I applied a strip of double sided tape across the middle of the card, peeled off the protective covering and dumped silver glitter across the tape.  Removed excess glitter by a lot of tapping.  I cut out the VELLUM phrase, framed it with a pink Anna Griffin frame, matted that on white card stock cut a little larger, then cut a slightly larger piece of green card stock and matted the entire phrase panel on that.  I stamped LOVE from studio G's alphabet stamps and glued that to the right corner.  I then glued the entire panel to the center of the card.  Popped a peel and stick bird in the upper left corner, tied two tiny pink bows and attached one to the top and another to the bottom with glue dots.  I stuck two pearl topped hat pins to the top portion and one peel and stick pearl by Queen and Co. to the bottom bow.


  1. A lovely and beautiful card! Thanks for playing the Vellum Rebel Challenge at RRD!

  2. Gorgeous!!! This is absolutely lovely...I love vellum, but haven't touched it in a while. I see your work in mags all the time...nice to put a face with them. Thank you for commenting on my blog tonight...I appreciate it. You are one talented lady!

  3. What a sweet card, such lovely colors and perfect composition..you are good!! :)