Super Cool Stained Glass!!!

Bermuda Bay Stained Glass Flower,

This is one is absolute favorite!!! I’m not sure if it is because of the Bermada Bay and Coastal Cabana colors or what! LOVE IT!!! I created this amazing flower with the Stained Glass Technique! It is super simple!

Supplies Needed: Vellum, Line Image Stamp Set (not an image that is filled in), VersaMark, Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, and markers

You will stamp your line image stamp onto the Vellum with VersaMark. Then add the embossing powder of your choice (don’t pick clear… doesn’t work) and heat it so that it melts! Now it is time to color! You will color the image on the BACK SIDE! Don’t color on the same side that is heat embossed, but the back of that! This will give that smoky, stained glass look! Then you can assemble onto your card! Easy as that!!!! The card above was done with Whisper White Embossing Powder and the Secret Garden Stamp Set!!!

Black Flower Stained Glass,

My second favorite…it’s PINK! This was one done with Black Embossing Powder and the Secret Garden Stamp Set! I love how the black really makes the flower POP! The one below uses the same and the Labels Collection Framelits!

Black Flower Stained Glass Card,

Swallowtail Stained Glass,

I thought this one turned out really cool but it is almost too detailed for this technique. As you can see the more of a line image you have, the better it comes out because it allows for the color to pop through. I used Silver Embossing Powder and my Swallowtail Stamp!

Clear Flower Stained Glass,

And the reason you don’t use clear… just looks like a blob! It you look real close and rotate it a bit, it does look kind of cool because you can see the shiny clear powder. Over all, clear was not the best!!!

Let me know in the comment below which one was your favorite!!!

Happy Stampin’


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