9. Stamp You are
sunlight onto vellum with black ink. Dry gently with heat tool.
Cut out using Spellbinders die. Using sponge dauber apply metallic
rust paint around edge on front of vellum and let dry. Use Sharpie
marker on the very edge of the vellum (hold marker tip perpendicular
to vellum and go around edge) to create a darker line. Flip
vellum piece over and ink edges using blending tool and fired
brick ink. Dry gently with heat tool. This creates the look
of a bit more depth on the edges of the vellum.
10. Determine placement
of elements. Holding vellum in place over marbled paper insert,
use awl to pierce one hole in each corner and add brads.
11. Attach a piece
of cardstock to back of insert and trim. This hides the brad
prongs and makes the back look nice. You can also add some ink
around the edges using the ink blending tool.
12. Attach hearts
using foam mounting tape.
13. Cut two pieces
of ribbon a little longer than insert. Paint ribbon with metallic
rust paint and let dry. The side you paint will be metallic
and the back side will just show the color. Using double stick
tape attach ribbons to insert and trim off ends.
14. Put insert back
15. Attach ornate
frame using matte medium.