Vellum FWF

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It's Friday, which means it is time for Friends with Flair.
And since Paper Craft Magazine just let a TON of us know that we are ReJeCTeD, I thought I would share a card I submitted. I only submitted two since the sketches came out just in time for me to get ready for my son's 4th birthday, and then for me to get sick directly after and not have a fighting chance to get anything else made!
I loved how this card turned out, even if it didn't get picked. The scallops are punched in Vellum and the sentiment is from a KOM.

17 comments:

Emily Leiphart said...

All those vellum layers are beautiful! I never would've thought to use vellum and that sketch totally stumped me.

Paula said...

Love the use of vellum!!! What a great idea!

Erin said...

oh my that vellum scallop is sooo pretty!!!

Patricia said...

Gorgeous! I love the simplicity of it!

Angie Blom said...

that is one beautiful card Rachel. I love all the texture.. so elegant.

Jennine Chambers said...

Holy Layers Batman!!! What a great card. So when did you hear? I submitted a bunch but haven't heard anything yet... patience I know but this is my first time. Anyway I think the card is great!

Marcy H. said...

Great use of the vellum!!

Katrina said...

what a cool idea!!! And I love it!!! hugs, Katrina

Rona said...

very pretty Rachel!!

Natalie said...

I think it's BEAUTIFUL!!!

jennifer mitten said...

That is a beautiful card with all that detail!

Anne said...

Such a pretty card! I love the layers of scalloped vellum!

sharon g said...

Fancy schmancy wedding card. Nice...

Gwen said...

Pretty card! Sorry to hear you've been sick, I did notice that you haven't been around for awhile. But then I haven't been Hip Hopping, either.

dahlhousedesigns said...

those vellum scallops are lovely. what a fabulous idea.

lisa a.

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

wow! this is absolutely gorgeous! i'd submit it to another magazine - even your local one. this is just too beautiful to not show off! wow!

hugs :)

lynn said...

the vellum is so creative! have you ever tried submitting to cards magazine?