What is great about stamping on vellum is you don't always need to use a water mark pad like Versa Mark to get embossing powder to stick. Vellum is so slick that most inks, even StazOn takes longer to dry unlike other cardstocks.
What is great about the Encore! stamp Pad is that the ink is so juicy that it acts like Vera Mark does. When using it to emboss say with a clear embossing powder you can achieve a raised glossy finish and have the ink provide the color as opposed to the embossing powder, provides more versatility!
Dimensions and supplies
-Consumables- one time use supplies
*Vellum - cupcake frosting
*White/cardboard brown Cardstock from Recollections- Standard size card 5 1/2" x 4 1/4"
Also used for cupcake base
Part consumables - supplies that last for multiple cards
*Versa Mark watermark Pad (Cupcake background) - embossed
*Encore! Ultimate Metallic-Silver ink pad (For Hi Cupcake!)-embossed
*embossing powder - clear with glitter - used on all stamping
*Color Box Pigment ink "rainbow of colors"
*Versa Mark pen (Brown cardstock version)
* Ribbon in Cream 1/4" and Brown 1/8" from Michale's stores
*Pop Dots - Cupcake and heart
*craft glue - Cupcake frosting to cupcake bottom
*Color Box Fluid Chalk Cat's Eyes color - Maroon for heart on cupcake topper 1st and 2nd impression ( meaning the stamp was inked in color and stamped 1st time and then stamped again without re-inking.)
-Tools and Supplies-
* Heat Gun
* Acrylic blocks in various sizes
*Stamps by Inkadinkado -Birthday cupcake
* Fiskars Paper Trimmer
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