Wednesday, 23 June 2010

Window sheets - a clear choice for crafters (groan)


First things first: I thought I'd posted this card but can't find it - please tip me off if it's already been published!

And secondly, is anyone else having trouble staying logged into Blogger? It's driving me up the wall, having to log in several times a day. 

Now back to the card... you can make really special cards with Window Sheets – and these spotty sheets from the Night & Day Designer Series Paper pack are really special.

The important thing to remember is to keep the adhesives hidden – so I stuck my Basic Black layer on the front of the card, and the Barely Banana layer on the inside. I did a similar thing on the inside, with a panel on the back, so that there is somewhere to write.

I coloured this beautiful image using ink pad lids and blender pens.

Stamps: Bloomin’ With Beauty
Cardstock: Barely Banana, Basic Black, Whisper White
Paper: Night & Day
Ink: Basic Black, Barely Banana, Certainly Celery, Apricot Appeal           
Accessories: Black gingham ribbon, blender pens

All products by Stampin' Up!®

1 comment:

  1. Ooooh! This is lovely! Really like the angle of the stamped flower.

    Not just you with blogger - was driving me nuts yesterday too! Lol - I thought it was maybe something to do with my new laptop!

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