Wednesday, 21 December 2016

Sneak Peek: Window Shopping

You are going to LOVE this bundle, I promise. This die and greeting stamp are just a very small part of a set which will prove to be incredibly versatile.

For now, take a look at this CASE of a catalogue project. I painted some colourful splodges on some watercolour paper. Honestly, they looked AWFUL and I considered not using them.

But when I taped them into position with some hidden washi tape and placed the die-cut piece on top (using the Window Box Thinlits dies), that’s when the magic happened. I finished both cards off with a greeting from the Window Shopping stamp set and some randomly scattered sequins. Job done.


  1. Hi Helen, love your cards and copy them. :-) I set a link to your blogpost here. Hope, it's okay? Bye, thank you, Jessika

    1. No problem at all - I'm glad you liked the cards :)


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