Hello again lovely friends and readers. I don't know about you, but I adore vellum and the light airy look that it brings to my projects. Having amassed quite a collection of vellum over the years, I'm always looking for new ways to use it. Pairing it with the Date Night collection was such a success, I'm slapping my forehead for not having thought of it sooner.
1. Cut your vellum and background papers to your desired sizes.
2. Place your cut vellum into an embossing folder and run it through your die cut machine.
3. With your sewing machine, stitch the vellum to the background paper. If you don't have a sewing machine, you can always use adhesive with vellum, but I recommend placing the adhesive in places that will be covered up with embellishments once the card is completed.
Dry embossing vellum is so easy and satisfying, if you have a few embossing folders you haven't used in a while, I urge you to pull them out and use them with a lovely piece of vellum.
Tip: To get the look of the butterfly antennae, stitch from top to bottom of the butterfly and then reverse the stitch back up to the top. When you cut the strings make sure you leave enough loose string to mimic butterfly antennae.