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vellum paper wine glass shade

by:Xianke     2020-06-28
I found an old book about paper crafts in the library.
It shows some amazing work with vellum paper.
Further search;
I came up with a book dedicated to cotton paper crafts.
This is a new paper making process for me.
Parchment, also known as Pergamano, is the art of decorating and decorating parchment paper (Or roll paper)
By using different techniques such as: stamping, punching, point painting, cutting and coloring.
I choose the translucent roll paper for processing.
I would like to share my instructures and I believe it will cover most of the technologies available for other ellum projects.
Safety precautions: I recommend using electric tea lamps for the sake of safety.
Roll Paper No. 8.
5 by 11 inch, 29 lbs. -
Translucent acid and wood freeCard stock-8.
5 by 11 inch 110.
WhiteRulerBlue tape-easy demoulding painter tapeau scissors-different patternsMarkers-I Tom bow ABT draw pen tip scissors-small paper cut compass-need to be expanded to monthly inchesGutterman 100% polyerster thread needle type universal sewing machine use 1/16 hole punch 5 mm process foamFabric sheet liner wheel-
Needle/high heels tracking wheel and jagged tracking wheel form a point or dash on vellumRound embossed tool, the cooliltea light-
Safety precautions: I recommend using electric tea lamps for the sake of safety.
Note: remember to be safe when using any tool.
I\'m going to do a few velvet shades and I want to make a template.
I ended up making two.
Start with the card inventory: I found the middle (center)
The longest edge of paper (11 inch side).
For faster spacing and contours, please understand;
I have changed to using the compass I created two arcs a 5 for measurement.
5mm and 14 mmI cut the lace holes in the flat part of the arch with scissors and I made (marked)
An offset of 5 cm, an equal score of 5 cm apart.
I used a hole punch of 1/16 (
Mark the 5 cm interval).
This heavy card stock template is used to track the shadow pattern on vellum paper.
I tracked the pattern on vellum with a light pencil.
Note: The first card stock template I completed was to see the right place on the wine glass.
Due to the heavy workload, I decided to go ahead and assemble it and make another card stock template.
Cut the arc outside with hand scissors.
I cut out the arc inside with hand scissors.
Punch holes with a paper hole of 1/16.
Remember to clear any marks left by pattern transfer.
I used polyester thread (green)
Sew the two sides together with a needle.
Simple technology to use.
I just wanted to determine if the pattern on the wine glass was appropriate.
Transfer the shadow pattern, trace the card stock template back to a velvet sheet with a pencil, including a mark with holes.
I cut the outside arc with patterned hand scissors.
I cut out the arc inside with hand scissors.
Knock off the lace.
Please remember to clear any pencil marks left in the pattern transfer.
Start emboss vellum using 5mm craft foam under vellum.
Before actually stamping, I used the fabric sheet on the reverse side of vellum.
The fabric sheet friction is to make the impression easier.
I believe this is to reduce the friction between sheets-well, I tried on a small piece of vellum with or without sheets --
I did notice the difference.
Using the ball stamping tool, I highlighted the pattern on the external arc.
One trick I \'ve created is to rub your embossed tools on cloth pieces occasionally.
This makes the tool slide better on the surface.
Download a photo of a bee (
Whatever you want to track.
Put it on a normal print paper.
Put down 5mm of the craft foam and then the bee pattern, cut the vellum shadow off with blue tape once it is in place.
This is a simple tool for marking the ball in the film with embossed balls.
Remember to rub the tool on the cloth every once in a while.
I use polyester thread (yellow)
Sew the two sides together with a needle.
Transfer the shadow pattern, trace the card template back to a velvet sheet with a pencil, including a mark with holes.
I cut the arc outside with hand scissors.
I cut out the arc inside with hand scissors.
Knock off the lace.
Please remember to clear any pencil marks left in the pattern transfer.
I painted or marked my hair with my marker pen-I painted some colorful flowers in the shade with Tom Bao Abu brush.
Remember to move the arch so that all the stems point below.
The only trick here is that when you work on a flat surface, once the shadows are tied up, the objects you draw will bend.
Tie your shoelaces with polyester thread (blue)
Sew the two sides together with a needle.
Transfer the shadow pattern, trace the card template back to a velvet sheet with a pencil, including a mark with holes.
I cut the outside arc with patterned hand scissors.
I cut out the arc inside with hand scissors.
Knock off the lace.
Please remember to clear any pencil marks left in the pattern transfer.
Start emboss vellum using 5mm craft foam under vellum.
Before actually stamping, I used the fabric sheet on the reverse side of vellum.
The fabric sheet friction is to make the impression easier.
I believe this is to reduce friction-I tried it on a small piece of vellum, with or without fabric sheets
I did notice the difference.
Using the tool, I highlighted the pattern on the external arc.
One trick I \'ve created is to rub your embossed tools on cloth pieces occasionally.
This makes the tool slide better on the surface.
Create a flame, drop the 5mm craft foam and then cut out the vellum shadow with a draft needle/thin high heel tracking wheel (
Jagged tracing wheel)
Create a perforated flame pattern on velvet with a polyester thread (lite blue)
Sew the two sides together with a needle.
Here are more photos of finished hue.
There is a light in the two photos and you can see the translucent hue.
It turns out that Vellum paper is a good kind of paper.
Any combination of technologies can be used.
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