Sunday, August 28, 2011

A Little Stained Glass Technique

This week at Come and Get It Challenges, we are challenging everyone to try the Stained Glass Technique. Shell has posted a great tutorial for this technique from Splitcoast Stampers and you can find that HERE. There are others out there, as well, so if you don't want to use this one, just Google it...you will find more!
I did mine on white vellum stamped with White Kraft Ink and then embossed with white embossing powder. This for me, was the hardest part...I am NOT a good wet embosser on vellum...LOL!  Then I flipped my image over and colored in the flowers with markers...there is a little shading that isn't very noticeable in the photo unless you enlarge it. Since the edge of the image is colored, I have no problem adhering the image to white cardstock and cutting it out. Then just finished it off with the die cut corners and an embossed sentiment.
Please be sure to stop over at Come and Get It and see what the other girls have created as well! We'd LOVE to have you join us this week~
Along with Come and Get It, I will also submit my card into the following:

Ohh La La - No backing paper
Make It Monday - Anything Goes
Aud Sentiments - Anything Goes

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a FABBY week, and have fun creating!
Rubber Hugs,
Julie

17 comments:

Sherryn said...

Pretty card, i saw it on MIM xx

Dr Sonia S V said...

Julie Dropped in seeing your card on MIM and I enjoyed browsing your blog-- this glass stained effect is superb and such lovely colors too

Cheers from Bangalore ,India
Dr Sonia S V
http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

Loz said...

This is a fantastic card and I love the technique Julie.. Saw this on MIM..Loz

busybusyhoneybee said...

Wow! This is gorgeous! Wow!!! Thanks for sharing on MIM
Karen C

Sandy said...

Hi I saw your card on MIM and came for a closer look, love the stain glass effect and the colour scheme, beautiful card,
Sandy

Lisa Jane said...

wow what gorgeous Iris .. love those lilac colours and such a pretty card
Lisa x
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Doreen said...

What a gorgeous card.Thanks for sharing with us at OLL.xxx

JustYolie said...

First, "Rubber Temple" super clever name...second I love your purple card! I'm so glad I came across your blog! When you get a chance, stop by my blog, I have a giveaway and freebie...www.justyolie.com

foxyenglishcrafter said...

Wow! I saw your card on Make it monday and I just had to check it out, as it stood out from the rest of the cards. I think it is truly inspirational and stunning. I love the rechnique you have used and the colour purple Thanks for sharing

Hugs Julie

Kathlene said...

This must be the week for trying new techniques, as I tried something new too (Black Magic). I am really loving this stained glass effect and your card is just beautiful. I'll have to check it out at SCS. Saw your entry over at MIM. TFS!

Dagmar said...

Beautiful card, i saw it on MIM.
Hugs Dagmar

Birgit said...

very neat card! I saw this on MIM and had to take a closer look...I love the stained glass look

kiddo said...

Beautiful card! Love the colors and the effect of the Stained Glass Tehnique on your card! Saw the card on MIM and glad I came to have a closer look!

Shell~AK Stamper said...

Fabulous take on the technique Julie!

Shell~Alaska♥

Merry said...

This has come up so lovely and a technique I will have to try. Glad I saw you on Make it Monday.

CardArTart said...

Saw your card on MIM, great technique, will have to put it on my "to try" list :)

HildeM - Lykkelig med liten said...

Hi. Great technique! Saw your card on the Make it Monday blog where I entered too!!

Hugs, Hilde