Technique: Vellum "Stained Glass" Butterflies
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For today's entry I wanted to show you how to make butterflies out of vellum that look as if they are stained glass. I decided the easiest way to demonstrate this technique would be with a video. So I recorded my first video demonstration! Links to some of the supplies used in the video are at the bottom of this posting.
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Links to some of the supplies used:
Of course you will need Vellum and an assortment of Inks.
I have the old style heat tool... this is the new one → Heat Tool
Embossing powders and an anti-static pouch can be found here → Embossing Supplies
For the "fussy cutting" be sure you have a good pair of scissors.
My All-Purpose Mat is non-stick and heat resistant up to 240 degrees Fahrenheit.