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  • krishna nelson

    I always like watching your card making the way you do so amazing

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  • Susan Griffiths

    Thank you for such a clear and comprehensive tutorial

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  • Patricia Ennis

    vellum overlay

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  • Bonnie Weiss

    You never cease to amaze Jennifer. Thanks for sharing your passion and providing inspiration.

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  • Marlene Andrade

    Thanks for the video, I absolutely loved it. You explained everything so perfectly.

    I have a question for you. I am looking to buy an embossing machine and the only one I have ever heard of is the Cuddlebug, but I saw on your other video that you were using something different and it appears to be electronic not hand cranked, is this so? Could you tell me what brand that is and how well you like it. Is it newer or an older one and what do you recommend?
    Thank you,
    Marlene

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  • Bev Page

    So glad you're back Jennifer.  Hope whatever it was that prevented you from working has resolved itself now.  These vellum cards are absolutely delicious and you make everything look so easy.  You have amazing talent.  Stay well and please keep inspiring us.  Many thanks.  Bev.

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  • Sally Cain

    Love this card. I love vellum and it can be challenging to use. This example is perfect!

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  • Kateri’s Krafty Idea’s

    Love this card, always wanted to know what I would do with all the velum I inherited now I know. Thank you for another awesome card.

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  • Marjie Norte

    I looked through the comments and didn't see a single question about your inner card measurements. Maybe I'm missing something, but I think you have a measurement missing. "Okay, I have some white cardstock that I've cut, scored and folded, and this is folded at about 2 3/4 by 4 inches." ?????

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  • Patricia League

    Elegant and awesome cards!!!

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  • Vicki Goodman

    I absolutely LOVE your tutorials! I am so glad I found you. I really enjoy working with vellum. You did a really nice job. These cards are gorgeous!

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  • Nezzy's Brazilian Sweets - Nezzys.com

    Beautiful

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  • Val Turnbull

    thank. you Jennifer lovely demo and will have a go as I own this stamp .

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  • Trish Hunter

    Gorgeous cards…. very clear instructions… Thanks for the inspiration 😊

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  • Kathy Kirk

    These are so beautiful! No wonder you love doing this!

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  • Cindi Hall

    I love the idea of embossing the pearls to match the ink Jennifer. I always love your videos and your calm voice.

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  • Cindi Hall

    Jennifer McGuire-Does the vellum allow the card to stand up or does it flop down?

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  • Candy Stamping

    very beautiful!!

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  • Maxine Brophy

    this is lovely

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  • Wendy Robert

    Hou are Brilliant! So creative!

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  • Lisa Mendoza

    Love this! Wow. Thanks for sharing!

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  • Jake 3D

    gorgeous as always 🙂

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  • Angela Pahl

    Wow this is really a wonderful technique and your cards looks as always gorgeous.♥
    Many thanks for your inspiration.
    Hugs
    Angela

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  • roger/Betty nelson

    I really love this!

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  • RN Jen Floyd

    Love it. Thank you for sharing all you do.

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  • My Crazy Craft Life!

    Would 67lb vellum be too thick?

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  • Mili Mehta

    Beautiful!

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  • Hilary M

    Brilliant idea about the embellishments! Xxx

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  • Dee Dee Wellsted

    Thank you. again for wonderful cards and video. Wow, I had never thought to mix my embossing powders. I will be doing that in the near future. Loved the cards and how these were done.

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  • Koyo Sensebe

    So beautiful!

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  • Mette Gram

    waouw…..your good….you inspire me! What are theese pens you spray on the plastic?

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  • Val Krush

    Wow! So many new techniques here that I have not seen before! Will definitely try mixing embossing powders to get new colors. And try to color my pearls also. Just love these cards! Gorgeous 🙂

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  • bettsye

    Love these! you are so good!!!

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  • izarra chiquitina

    Preciosas, me encanta.
    Gracias por compartir con nosotras.

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  • Ruchita Yeole

    hii from where we can buy it

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  • Ruchita Yeole

    hii from where we can buy it

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  • malcolm lutze

    I cant find anything on youtube about adhereing  naturally eclectic card overlays! can someone point me in the right direction? thanks

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  • Misha khan

    u have magic hands <3

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  • Kiran Arjundas

    This is fantastic!i want to know what is the material used on which the flowers are stamped and where is it available?

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  • Trudy B

    Just gorgeous.

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  • ItsYaBoiJuan

    Mask on, f it mask off

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  • Lori Ritchie

    Stunning Jennifer! What a way to come back!

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  • Judy Ortiz

    Where did you get the vellum?

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  • Dawn Edwards

    These cards are absolutely stunning, and you make it look soooo easy , and you explain so well "THANK YOU" so much for sharing these beautiful cards.

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  • Gwyneth Davies

    Stunning demonstration. I love Altenew layering stamps but never thought to use with vellum, and I will definately try this method. Many thanks for the inspiration.

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  • Lorraine A

    These are absolutely beautiful! Tfs🌼

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  • Michelle McGriff

    I love this and I've got to try it. I'm ready to experiment with Vellum and this looked very doable and professional.

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  • Leigh Pogue

    So gorgeous Jennifer. You’re such an inspiration and always kind to share your knowledge. Thank you very much

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  • Kathleen King

    Hi Jennifer, I am unable to get Altenew inks and hope you can help me with colour charts with another brand, possibly Ranger, Momento or Stampin Up products. I love your cards and ideas. Thank you

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  • roxane emerson

    Love love love these . You are awesome .

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  • Jo mac

    Bonjour, j adore votre création, pouvez vous me dire où je peux trouver le tampon que vous avez utiliser s il vous plaît, je l ai cherché pas moyen de le trouver. Merci si vous pouvez me répondre

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  • Mags Nash

    Thank you so much 😊 what a beautiful card and stunning too. Thank you so much

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  • Paula Addison

    How exciting that Altenew stamps have created a way to give the look of painted pictures without the talent. This will definitely Wow the recipient 😍🤩

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  • Keith Bennett

    Great card

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  • Rivero Family

    What is the white powder that was used

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  • myrna hartley

    great idea, I love it. Very special presentation

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  • Kathleen King

    Hi Jennifer, follow your videos and try to emulate!! This video is gorgeous but when I try and stamp find the first stamp comes out so blotchy which ruins it for the next lot of stamps. I am using Altenew crisp dye inks (albeit the small tubs) but cannot get a smooth coverage. Please give me some tips as to what I am doing wrong. Thanks. Kathleen

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  • Kathy Roehrer

    I❤️your cards and all your tips!! Thank you 😊

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  • betty prescott

    I absolutely love your videos, I'm retired and I can spend more time doing handicrafts. my house burned down and a few months later my husband died, I lost all of my supplies in the fire, the thing I miss most is my die cutting machine. love watching YouTube, slowly but surely I'm replacing a few of my things. thank you for all of the ideas that I get it's really fun.

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  • fanouchi

    Whaouu!! Really beautiful!!

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  • Beth Merkle

    Beautiful!

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  • Mary Williams

    Wow! Jusy Beautiful

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  • Filipino Archmage

    The Golden Yellow peony card is my favorite. You are one of the best card making enthusiasts here on Youtube. 😊

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  • Diane Johnson

    You are a wonderful teacher. Precise & so pleasant to listen too. You taught me so much, in such a short time. thank-you

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  • Sheryl Armstead

    Thanks Jennifer, you have the best videos. I love the colored crystals on the peony cards but I don't see that referenced in your source list. Please share the brand and/or link!

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  • Hello

    AMAZING!

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  • Lisa D.

    So beautiful!!!!

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  • Vivian Kirkham

    Amazing and beautiful!!

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  • Michelle Pittman

    I love this gorgeous technique! Thanks for the video!

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  • Isa Vatterodt

    I love watching your videos, you inspire me every Time ❤

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  • Shirley Sickinger

    Love love love your videos….

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  • LINDA KUTCH

    Beautiful! You make it look so easy. Lol

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  • Elide Barbanti

    This work is absolutely stunning! Is there a way to know the right measurements of the piece of card stock and of the vellum as well? TIA!

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  • Mae Michon

    Can you tell me about your diecut monthy how does it work and how do i sign up

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  • Rebecca Bullock

    Gorgeous

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  • Carmen Julia Aldana Malaga

    Many thanks is beautiful, congratulations.

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  • daniela vukasinovic

    this is very very very nice thank you

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  • Wetsy Ramos

    Stunning cards and lovely materials; must have 👍😍

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  • Linda Eastment

    Hi Jennifer really beautiful vellum cards what a genius idea to put embossing powder on gems and heat it that is something I really wouldn't have thought of I love finding and watching your video tutorials u post on u tube thank u so much for all the fab tips and inspiration ☺️ Lin in South Wales uk x

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  • mom2moose

    Just so pretty! Definitely will have to try.

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  • Lettering By Laura

    Still so very inspirational 3 years later! Thank You!

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  • suzy hayden

    So pretty and elegant !! Great tips on heat embossing on vellum…

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  • diana swanson

    I just bought the peony stamp set, The first flat piece you put down first doesn’t put a full flat layer of ink on the watercolor paper. I’ve repeated the process several times and am not satisfied with the results. I’ve used the clear blocks to attach the stamp to. And I’ve used the Tim Holtz stamping tool. I used a shim. Still couldn’t get that first flat solid layer of ink! What am I doing wrong?

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  • diana swanson

    I just saw your video on using VersaMark on a new stamp, It’s works beautifully now! Thanks so much for that video! You are the best!! Thanks for all you show us and inspire us to do these beautiful cards! Wish I could work fast like you do😅

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  • Teresa johnson

    You rock love your videos

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  • Brenda Cooper

    Once again, you nailed it! Beautiful cards. Thank you for sharing your talents.

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  • Linda Hobbs

    Gorgeous!

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  • Master Of None

    I am seriously considering getting back into card making, thanks to you! I absolutely love this technique! Thank you!….and I finally subscribed to your channel. 🙂

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  • Tara Kramer

    Live the idea of mixing the embossing powder!!!! 🤯❤️

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  • F Gonzales

    Wow these are super cute

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  • Lorna Murphy

    Love your videos. I learn so much. I am just starting to work with Altenew products and your videos inspire me. Thanks for sharing!

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  • Nadine Carrion

    I love that ! thank you for sharing

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  • tljones711

    Omg! I totally love your videos! They are AMAZING!!!! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  • Cordelia Alderman

    It’s all your fault I’m addicted to YouTube card making videos! Just sayin’.

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  • Si Blossom

    Hi Ms Jennifer.

    I am interested in starting my own crafts. What are the things i need to have as a starter?

    Thank you. Watching from the Philippines.

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  • Lorraine Cornwell

    Lovely! I didn’t quite understand those types of stamps – great technique thanks

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  • Margo Vermunicht

    beautiful

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  • J. Wallace

    WoW beautiful technique. i love the cards and plan to try it.

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  • Live Laugh Love

    Omg! These are beautiful!! I’ve never been friends with vellum, but now I’m going to give it a go! You are so incredible talented!

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