Friday, 10 October 2014

White Christmas window sheet card



Sorry for the lack of posts lately; as you probably guessed, I’m still not feeling 100%, which is now getting very boring after two weeks. It was only supposed to be a cold!
Anyway, having not stamped anything for ages, I’m relieved to say that there are still some projects waiting to appear, including this one, which didn’t make the cut for my Christmas Workshop the other week. I put it on display and it was really popular… but it was just a bit too complicated for a stamp-a-stack and I know my ladies don’t like to be rushed!

It’s based on the gorgeous framed picture on page 31 of the Autumn/Winter catalogue but I framed my image using the versatile Ovals Framelits. As you can’t tell from the picture, these are the layers, from the bottom up…
  • Coastal Cabana card base
  • White cardstock, masked with a piece of scrap paper and sponged using Soft Sky ink
  • Car and tree stamped on white cardstock and cut out - as the stamp set is photopolymer, you can do this in one piece
  • Window sheet, stamped using White Stazon
  • Coastal Cabana card, with oval cut out
  • Greeting



1 comment:

  1. Hello Helen, I've had such fun browsing your blog and gorgeous cards and projects! This one is adorable. Thank you for the base up info. I hope to give it a try tomorrow. Thanks for a super idea... Barb

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