How to Make Stained Glass

Hello fellow stampers.  Today I’m here with a Stained Glass tutorial.  Unfortunately you cannot see the sheen left on the card from the Sparkle embossing powder I used (you can buy it at Michael’s.  It is a Recollections brand).  Trust me, it’s beautiful in real life.

You can purchase this stamp using the following code.  You can also use it for other items with some exceptions listed within the code.

Supplies:  Large stamp (here I used Darling Blooms), black ink, VersaMark, Sparkle Embossing Powder, heat gun, pencil and ruler (not in photo), paper cutter (not in photo)

With your ruler and pencil, draw lines on the back of your image.  This creates the stained glass effect.

Lay your pieces out, making sure they are placed in the correct position

Place your cut pieces onto black cardstock and press VersaMark over your entire image

Cover image with Sparkle embossing powder and heat emboss

You’re now left with stained glass.  I do hope you are inspired to try this technique out.
Thanks for stopping by.

Posted on : Apr 11 2017
Posted under cards, Tutorials |

6 People have left comments on this post

Apr 11, 2017 - 11:04:05

Gorgeous and thanks for the tutorial.

Apr 12, 2017 - 09:04:21

I have been resisting that sparkle embossing powder, but you may have me sold this time 🙂 Great technique with the stamp!

Apr 13, 2017 - 07:04:54
Shirley said:

Hi Beth, Beautiful, sparkly, funky flowers and fantastic tutorial. I hope you are doing well 🙂 xx

Apr 13, 2017 - 10:04:32

I love the card AND the technique – saved! Thanks! <3

Apr 13, 2017 - 11:04:45
Marisa Job said:

Gorgeous card! Love the bright colors!

Apr 14, 2017 - 05:04:05

Wow, Beth. This card is amazing. I just saw the Sparkle embossing powder at Michaels, but I didn’t know what I would use it for. I can’t wait to try this. TFS

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