Thursday, October 8, 2009

Vellum Jacket Tutorial

Hi Friends! I created and posted this card last year but I wanted to transfer the tutorial from an old website to Scribd so I'm re-posting it.

This tutorial is for a Vellum Jacket that wraps around a 5.5" square card. It's just a fun way to pretty up your card. I love the presentation of cards that have different design features. Don't you?

Try out the tutorial.

Card Details:

Stamp set: Season of Friendship (Holiday Mini)Paper: Autumn Vine designer paper (Holiday Mini Catalog), Baja Breeze, More Mustard, Chocolate Chip, White Vellum Sheet
Ink: Baja Breeze, Close to Cocoa, Really Rust, More Mustard, Baja Breeze
Accessories: Corner Rounder Punch, Scallop Edge Punch, Ticket Corner Punch, 1/4" More Mustard Grosgrain Ribbon, Jumbo Eyelets (Pewter)


Just to let you know, the tutorial was uploaded through Scribd.com and if you want to download or print the tutorial, you may need to register with Scribd. Scribd is just a site that allows you to upload Word and pdf. documents which you can't do directly on Blogger so I have to use another source to upload the tutorials rather than posting it directly on Blogger. You can find other crafters who post templates and tutorials on Scribd as well so it's a good idea to register. There's no obligation. It's a free site.

To view the tutorial directly from my blog, just scroll down using the scroll bar to the right of the tutorial. You can also enlarge the document by clicking the plus sign or magnifying glass. You have other options on the "more" drop down menu. Check it out!

Vellum Jacket



6 comments:

Tammy said...

Very Very pretty

Terry Oulboub said...

Maria, what a beautiful card. I love the stamps you used and the velum jacket does make the card so elegant. I love your tutorials. Thank you so much for sharing them!

Tammi said...

Another pretty one, thanks for the fab tutorial! ~Hugs

PaperCrafty said...

Very pretty Maria!! Love the jacket!! Thanks for sharing the tutorial!!

Sandie C said...

Love this lovely idea - thanks for the great tutorial.

Danni said...

How pretty!

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