Saturday, November 8, 2008

Window Dressing

All supplies are SU only.
I stamped the window image in black on Whisper White, then I masked off the window (stamped window on a thin sheet of paper and cut out around inside of window panes top and bottom) and then stamped the Lovely as A tree in Handsome Hunter.
Handsome Hunter top fold card base with Whisper White and Riding Hood Red designer series paper and matching striped grosgrain ribbon.
You probably should use the stamp-a-majig to line up the curved sentiment above the window, I've messed up many a card by winging this one. The shutters were colored in with the Creamy Caramel marker, hair in More Mustard and headband in Ruby Red. Her face was done with Blush Blossom ink pad and an aquapainter with a little dab of Pretty In Pink on cheeks. It is very hard to detect in picture but for the Christmas balls I used a dab of the Tombo mono multi glue and then sprinkled with Dazzling Diamonds. I love the way this came out!!


Sue said...

I am so glad you are starting a new blog many times I wanted to leave a comment, but it was so hard to do before! Yeah!

JulieA said...

Hi! This is so cute! You did a beautiful job as usual. I just love that tree in the back of the window. What a great idea.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing your awesome ideas! I'll revisit often! For the window dressing card, did you stamp each image on top of the previous image or did you cut and glue? Maybe it's a silly question but I'm new to stamping! Thanks for your patience!

Stampin' Senior said...

I have re-read the instructions on doing the window and I don't understand. Do you stamp the window with shutters on the white card stock and then stamp the tree on a thinner paper, cut out and glue in the window openings? HELP!
It is SO CUTE!