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Group One
In & Out of Studio 3D
Thursday, 29 March 2018
Beautiful In Its Time
Topic: Bible Journaling

I had a bit of play today with an idea that's been floating around in my head for several weeks.

I've wanted to make some sort of insert in my Bible with vellum but had no idea how that would work. So here are the things I did (not necessarily in order)

-- The blue page is plain vellum with pre-printed white butterfly images on the corner.

-- I toned the vellum page on the back by smearing on 'Salty Ocean' Distress Ink and hitting it with a heat gun to dry it

-- I used a corner-rounder punch on the vellum

-- It is glued in only at the spine using 'multi-medium' glue

-- I lettered on the vellum using a Pigma Micron pen and tracing what I had drafted out on scratch paper (I see now that I used an apostrophe in a word where it does not belong. I will go back and add a butterfly sticker over it)

-- The butterfly is a stamp I hand-carved myself some time ago

-- The butterfly was stamped on vellum printed with tiny white flowers using a rainbow pigment pad

-- I embossed the butterfly with clear powder before cutting it out

-- The butterfly was folded and glued at the spine with the multi-medium




I love how the text can still be read through the blue vellum.

Ddd


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 2:34 PM PDT

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