Last week I started a little mini series on fun ways to use Stampin’ Up’s cardstock vellum. Did you catch that? “Cardstock” vellum. This isn’t that flimsy vellum you may have used in the past. Because of its heavier weight, it has so many more possibilities.
Let me share today’s tip on how to create a vellum card cover like this one.
Here are my measurements in case you missed them:
- Cardstock Vellum – 8 ½” x 5 ½”, score and fold at 4 ¼”
- Blushing Bride cardstock – 8 ¼” x 5 ¼”, score and fold at 4 ⅛”
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One of our local channels airs L&O on Monday nights. Last night was a repeat of my favorite episode ever. If you are fan like me, when I say, “The Stuckey Episode”, do you know which one I mean? Of course you do! BEST PLOT TWIST ever!
What’s sad is that the opening scene is a couple rollerblading and I scream, “It’s the Stuckey Episode!!!!” Mr. Awesome just looks at me like I’ve lost my mind. “How do you know that from 2 people rollerblading?” All I can say is…. it’s a gift.
Well, that’s it for me today. Join me tomorrow for a throw-back video to a wonderful shaker frame using the Endless Wishes stamp set. It’s always been a favorite of mine and this stamp set is going to retire at the end of May. I just had to share the video again because the project is just too cute.
Hope you have a fabulous Tuesday everyone!
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