Working with Stampin’ Up! Vellum

Kimberly Van Diepen Stampin' Up!

There is something about Stampin' Up! Vellum that I love.  It provides that soft delicate feeling to any project.  I have found that my Vellum stash gets lost in my paper stash and I forget to pull it out.  Not today! 

Working with Vellum can be fun and a little tricky.  Here are a few tips when working with Vellum.  

*The surface is a little slick so you will want to use an ink that will not smear.  A great ink to work on Vellum is Stazon.  

*Another way to use ink on Vellum is to use a Craft Ink with a Clear Embossing Powder.  This is a fantastic look.  

*Stampin' Up!'s Vellum is a Heavy Cardstock Vellum.  Perfect to make envelopes with.  

Kimberly Van Diepen Stampin' Up!


Below you can watch a video on how I created this card.  It will probably surprise you.  It's more of a Pocket Card!


Supplies Used:

Stamps: Feeling Sentimental (#129630-Sale-a-Bration)

Ink: Basic Black Craft Ink

Cardstock: Pink Pirouette, Vellum (#101856)


Cute Clips #129389

Vintage Faceted Buttons #127555

Linen Thread #104199

Honeycomb Textured Embossing Folder #129378

1" Circle Punch #119868

First Edition DSP #121878

Kimberly Van Diepen stampin Up!

Here is another version that could be used for a boy made with Pool Party Core'dinations Cardstock #129321


Kimberly Van Diepen Stampin Up! _MG_1680



Now it's your turn.  I can't wait to hear what ways you use Stampin' Up!'s Cardstock Vellum!  

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  1. That card is gorgeous, love that image. I haven't used vellum in forever but the vellum that I used is very thin. I just might have to purchase some from you to see the difference.

  2. Okay, now you are talking…this beauty took my breath away….love everything about it!   Thank you for the tips and video….  May have to do a blue one for my brother's upcoming b'day card…Thank you for the wonderful inspiration!

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