This is my tutorial on what I call "reverse embossing" on vellum.
Using Versa Mark stamp onto your pink vellum with a steady hand. Emboss with white embossing powder and set aside. Stamp the dress onto another piece of vellum with Staz on ink. Heat set it for a quick dry and flip your paper over. Emboss the back of your stamped dress with a background stamp for a lacy effect using your white powder again. Cut out dress and set aside. Now you want to stamp your image onto a die cut with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and color your images. I like to add black lines to the tuxedo and some white highlights to the flower bouquet.
Use a butterfly punch to cut from your embossed vellum scraps. Use a Tombow marker to color a portion of the sentiment ONLY and stamp on some white paper. Punch out with a cloud punch and color the could with some markers. Assemble your card. Place tiny dots of glue in the corners of the vellum and some in the middle of the vellum that will be covered. Use dimensional foam for a more dramatic effect.
Use your scraps to layer up the inside. Use your Tombow marker to color directly on the "happiness" portion of the stamp. Stamp on some scrap card stock.
I just had to add some eye lashes and a little bit of cleavage.
Here are two ways to I like to fold vellum.
Score your vellum at at 1/2" then add 1" to score and keep adding 1/2" and 1" increments. Let me know if I have confused you and send me an email if I have.
This stamp is from "To You" 330-067 Copic markers and Tombo markers.
For this I used my paper scraps from the Penny Black's new mix and match papers with an SRM Sticker (purchase here). See you Monday with five winners. Hugs, Kathy