Stained Glass Windows - Mandy Herring

Hi there,
Today I'm sharing a set of cards for Paper Rose Studio.
These cards are made by stacking die-cuts together and filling the spaces created with Dimensional Magic or Glossy Accents to create a stained glass window effect.
To make it easier to stick down several layers of the die cuts I have used a double sided adhesive sheet on my card before running it through my big shot. Just keep running it through several times until everything cuts out.
After attaching the first die cut layer to the base card, i coloured all my flowers in with Comic Markers. Then attach another three or four more layers. you will need to burnish or press down each layer to make sure they are really well stuck together. Now fill all the spaces created with Glossy Accents and allow to dry flat overnight.
Before attaching the last layer of the die, heat emboss silver (or any colour) embossing powder to create a lead like effect.
card above: heat embossed with UTEE silver embossing powder.
Card above: embossed using a finer detail silver embossing powder.
Card above: heat embossed with a white embossing powder.
Supplies used:
Paper Rose:
#17853 Blooming Flowers Background
#16951 Layered Hello Die
#17304 Hello 4x 6" Stamp Set
Thank you for stopping by to have a look.  
See you next time 

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