Vellum Paper is a popular material for card making and wedding invitations. Here are some tips and techniques for working with this translucent material for your paper crafts and projects.
Vellum has a very polished and professional look for your paper projects. It’s heaver than regular text or printer paper but lighter weight than card stock. Vellum adds a very frosted looking to your paper crafts.
There are a plethora of ways to use them for your projects and activities. I’m sharing a few creative tips and tricks for working with vellum paper in my latest craft video.
You can watch the video below or over on YouTube.
Here are Vellum Paper Tips and Techniques For Cards And Invitations
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Vellum Techniques Video
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For todays video comments were not seen nor could I leave one.
on the blog or youtube channel?
JD, Quick FYI
Someone probably already mentioned this, but in case they didn’t, the tool you’re using is pronounced…
I know, I just like crop-o-dilly better 🙂
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Really enjoy all your card ideas and tips.
Hi JD, I just watched your full YT video on the vellum techniques and I really enjoyed it. I didn’t see any place to comment there so I thought I’d leave a couple of helpful (I hope!) tips here. The first is, can you please slow down just a little and especially at the end of each card to show the finished card? Often you are rushing so fast that I can barely even get a glimpse of the finished product and at least one or two I didn’t get to really see at all. Perhaps at the end you could go back and show each finished card. Also, it’s really helpful for me (and profitable for you!) to link to the products you used in the video in the description below the video (just like you do on your website with affiliate links). That way someone like me doesn’t have to go back to your website to see if they can figure out what products you were using. More often than not, people (myself included) won’t make that effort. Overall I thought your video was good. Just slow down a little and let us know what you used so you can make some money off our laziness! Lol
Thank you for watching. I appreciate your feedback. Affiliate links are usually in the video description and the blog 🙂 I’ll check it twice to make it sure though. Thanks again!