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Adding a Touch of Color to Vellum - Stained Glass

I talked about how to color vellum in a recent post. See link below for full post. On there I give full instructions for how to color your butterfly and supplies used. This is sometimes used to achieve a stained glass look. For this project I just wanted some subtle shading to the image.


  • Vellum cardstock
  • StazOn Ink in black
  • a stamp
  • Stampin' Blends alcohol based markers
Stampin your image in ink. 
Punch out, cut or whatever you are going to be doing to your image. 
Color on the back side of image with your desired color. 

See Full Card Post here

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Happy stamping, Sandy



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