How to Create Flowers in a Glass Vase (with Real Glass Look!) | Stylish Cardmaking Techniques with Jenny

by Jenny

Hi there crafters! How are things where you are? I can't believe it's almost the end of August! This year has flown by. In today's Stylish Cardmaking Techniques, I will show you how I combined two stamps to create flowers in a glass vase.

Flowers In a Glass Vase - card making idea

How to Create Flowers In a Glass Vase

My card features the Versatile Vases 2 Stamp Set and combines it with the Build-A-Garden: Nature's Magic Stamp Set to trap the florals inside the vase.

Using the Versatile Vases 2 Mask Stencil Set, it's possible to mask the outline of the vase and only stamp inside the edges of the vase itself. I used Permanent Black Ink for the floral, which won't smear when using Artist Markers.

Flowers In a Glass Vase - card making idea

My florals were colored with the Set D of Artist Alcohol Markers (Rock Garden). I then added back the stencil and blended pale Polar Bear Crisp Dye Ink in from the sides to give some definition. I also added some Iridescent Shimmer Ink Spray to give it a glassy look.

Flowers In a Glass Vase - card making idea

I heat embossed the sentiment underneath the vase using Rose Gold Crisp Embossing Powder.

For a little something extra, you can get a fun ‘faux glass' look using a glossy accent – I used Nuvo Crystal Glaze all over the vase and left it to dry overnight, and then et voila! A real glass look!

The finishing touch was some Antique Gold Metallic Ink Spray to finish. Here's a close-up look at that glass!

Flowers In a Glass Vase - card making idea

You can check out the step-by-step tutorial over on the Altenew YouTube Channel:

I hope you enjoyed today's flowers in a glass vase card idea! Leave some comments below and let me know what you think. Thanks for stopping by!

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1 comment

Maureen R August 30, 2022 - 11:32 AM

Gorgeous card!!


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