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Yesterday’s post was a video demonstration of Stamped Pergamano, the lazy crafter’s way to replicate this lovely craft.  Today’s video tutorial is the real thing — traditional Pergamano Parchment Craft using tracing, embossing, stippling, perforating and coloring with a Dorso crayon.

I made this simple Good Luck gift tag using the Pergamano Parchment Craft starter kit. The kit contains tools, supplies and the patterns to make seven projects with corresponding levels of difficulty. This is the first, and easiest one. It is quite nice, I think. Parchment craft is truly lovely — and at the more complex levels, quite challenging. I have seen Pergamano projects that are truly works of art.

Even at the beginner level, its appealing. If your local craft store doesn’t carry this product line, you can get Pergamano Parchment Craft supplies at eBay or at Parchment Express in the UK.

Now, as for the video, I may have pronounced Pergamano incorrectly.  If I did, I apologize. Perhaps someone can let me know the correct pronunciation.

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