Stained Glass Heart


(Winner of the Washi is.....Skrapr22!) Please contact me via email @ jeaniehays00@yahoo.com with your mailing address to claim prize.

No matter where you find stained glass..... 
in an old Church or a Victorian home; you find art, craftsmanship and beauty. 

#MYHEART
by Unity Stamp Co.

Stamped with SU archival ink on vellum this. Unity heart is perfect for coloring and turning into stained glass. 

Flipping over the vellum after stamping and then coloring with ink markers on the reverse side is what gives this card the look of transparency. Placing white paper behind the heart gives the colors a chance to shine! 

Simple and easy! 



For the background I used kraft paper with the same heart stamped in SU crumb cake ink. A piece of SU sugarplum paper frames the heart.


Using a ribbon punch made threading the ribbon through the paper with the sentiment easy. A little lace ribbon added a bit of softness to contrast the sharp glass (so to speak).


I hope you've enjoyed this stained glass heart! I'd love to hear your feedback. 

Please leave a comment and then hop to the next blog!

I will be giving away a roll of washi tape to one winner. Please check back with me in one week to see the winner announced right here and posted on the Unity Show & Tell fb page.

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Comments

  1. Wow! Your heart looks 3D. I really need to try coloring on vellum...the look is beautiful. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  2. Your heart is gorgeous!! But what I really love it the lace edge on your buckle style sentiment!!! LOVE!! Who knows? You get a kid a great toy and all they want to do is play in the box!! Thanks for sharing some inspiration ~ Have a great day!!

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  3. What a pretty card! Love the stained glass effect! You make me want to buy the this stamp too!😁

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  4. Beautiful! I love the stained glass technique... it's really beautiful with the pinks and the kraft!

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  5. What a beautiful card with the stain glass heart. Great coloring too

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  6. This is fantastic!!!! Love it so much!

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  7. love the zendoodle look great card!

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  8. I love the stained glass heart! Very pretty card!

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  9. This absolutely gorgeous, Jeanie - you rock!

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  10. Love the stained glass look!! I am going to have to give this a try. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  11. Great.. another stamp I have to have!- Love your coloring ! -Annie

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  12. What a beautiful job with your coloring. Your card is so pretty. Thanks for sharing.❤️

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  13. Love your stained glass technique....will have to try this. Lovely card, thanks for sharing.

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  14. Ohhh, I need to try this technique! Very vibrant colors softened with the use of Kraft cardstock! Very nice card!

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