Stamping on Vellum, Anyone?

Hiya!  I am SUPER excited, as this is my first tutorial post as an Artist in Residence with IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® Woot! Woot! I have a fun card to share with you today using
the IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® Brilliance™ Pigment Ink on vellum.  I LOVE how these inks stamp on vellum!  It's brilliant, really.  Simply brilliant.  Just sayin'.


IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® Brilliance™ Pigment Ink in Pearlescent Sky Blue,
Rocket Red, and Mediterranean Blue
Vellum and Woodgrain cardstock from Simon Says Stamp
Wood Veneer Sentiment from Lawn Fawn

Begin by stamping the banner three times, overlapping them slightly onto the vellum with the Brilliance Pigment Inks. I love how cleanly these inks stamp on vellum!


Trim around the banners.


Adhere the vellum banner cutout to a card base made from the woodgrain cardstock with
foam tape.


Adhere the wood veneer directly to the vellum to finish off the card.


And here it is!


I hope you have enjoyed this fun little tutorial!  I look forward to sharing more Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko goodness with you!  YAY!

Have a Happy!


richardbreaks said...

Well, that I so lovely! Those are bright, crisp colors you have there! What's you secret to making them NOT smear all over the place?

Kimberly Kett said...

I love how you made it look like mesh, CUTE card!

Margie H said...

Fabulous card and great ink colors! Haven't tried on vellum...hmm...next project?! LOL! Thanks for the inspiration! Again, congrats on being an AIR!! xo

Kristie Goulet said...

Great tutorial! I love stamping on vellum! That little wood speech bubble is so cute! Love it!

Miriam Prantner said...

Very cool, I love that it's just one piece, I initially thought you had stamped three banners, but this is way easier!

Amy Kolling said...

I had no idea until you did the step by step photos that the banners were all one piece!!! Love this card!!

Renee said...

Very nice tutorial for this beautiful CAS card!

AJ said...

great card Jennifer!! :)

Madeline said...

Wow...I didn't know those inks would stamp vellum! Beautiful card.

Cindy England said...

Looks great. Like someone else mentioned, I tend to push too hard and smear the ink. I have much better luck with heat embossing, perhaps because the embossing ink is stickier?

Chark said...

congrats! this is so cool, and the placement of the pop dots just adds to the design!

Diana Waite said...

I have not done that before--think I need to try it--WONDERFUL!

donna mikasa said...

Super duper cool! Those inks are awesome!

Angi Barrs said...

Super fun! Love this one!

MichelleZ said...

Who knew that the Brilliance ink worked so lovely on vellum? Fantastic design! Very inspiring!

~amy~ said...

Congrats!!!!!! Awesome card and tut!

Kelly Griglione said...

Great card for a first tutorial with Tsukineko! The coverage on vellum is pretty impressive. LOVE your CAS-ual Fridays card too with all the layers!

Michelle Hernandez said...

Fab card- lovely design and color!