Make it Mondays - Vellum Sentiment Strip

Happy Tuesday! Well, I hope yours is at least! I made a card for this week's Make it Mondays challenge. I loved Nichole's video, especially the thing about creating a shadow with a copic marker! Here is my take on the challenge "Vellum Sentiment Strip":

Sorry for the bad photo, it is very gloomy here today! I thought it would be fun to create a little flag from the vellum sentiment strip and "tie" it around the handle of the tea pot. I am glad I found some vellum, I almost used it up! The tea pot is stamped with Versamark onto Ripe Avocado cardstock. I have the tea pot die, but I decided it would look better with the flag on the handle when I fussy-cut the image. Not easy, the handles of my favorite little scissors broke - sometimes I feel like Godzilla destroying everything! Any recommendations on tiny scissors for fussy cutting? I would really appreciate any help as I need them quite often!

Have a beautiful day and thanks for visiting!


Everything Papertrey Ink, except for ink (Tsukineko) and pearls (Prima)


Sudha - Art Admirer said...

Lovely card dear.


Dawn said...

Just so sweet Vanessa. Love the vellum strip.

Dotty Jo said...

This is so elegant! Jo x

Aimes said...

Mmmm tea....mmmm green....hitting my weak spots again, Vanessa! :D
Love the shadow detail of your gorgeous leaves!
I can't live without my Cutterbee scissors for fussy cutting - think they're made by EK Success. HTH! Get two pairs - one for fussy cutting and one for ribbon :D
Great idea for the Make it Mondays challenge!

Millie said...

My Cutterbee scissors go dull pretty quick. I went through several pairs before I discovered the little black snips at Stampin Up. I have several pairs to share but I still use my original pair from 3 years ago!!

Did you cut the leaves out of the base and let the back show through or are the leaves cut out and adhered to the card?

Ashley M said...

Love this card Vanessa! I have Cutter bee scissors too. I know some people like smalller scissors for super detailed cuting but these work great for me. Oh, beautiful shading too! I gotta try that too. :)

Alice Wertz said...

very pretty design and love the vellum flag! neat idea! i am using this one now and am pretty happy with it. although i have heard good thing about Tim's Snip. i am very tempting to switch since it selfsharpens (i think...). i may be too late, but hope it helps! =)