Wednesday, 9 December 2009

Glittery baubles in the window

The different size Tag punches are ideal for making a frame within a frame and so I combined them with the Medium Window sheet to make a window card. Don't forget that you can still get either of the Tag punches (or even both) when you order from the Christmas Gift-giving Guide here. Just drop me an email to place an order.

Stamp sets: Tree Trimmings, Best Yet (retired)
Cardstock: Lovely Lilac, Almost Amethyst
DSP: Tea Party
Ink: Versamark, White Craft
Punches: Tag, Small Tag, Eyelet Border, Large Oval, Scallop Oval
Other: Medium Window Sheet, Heat & Stick Powder, White EP, Dazzling Diamonds

I punched the larger Tag windows first of all, spacing them evenly. Then with a strip of the Almost Amethyst lightly tacked in place behind I punched with the Small Tag to create the frames. Medium Window Sheet was sandwiched between the two cardstock layers (stuck permanently this time) and I used my Stamp-a-ma-jig to position the Tree Trimming baubles in each window. This view shows the windows a little more clearly.

In Love With Stamping have another Prize Patrol for those playing along with their Explosion Card tutorial and uploading their entry. Details of the tutorial and how to enter are here and the deadline is midnight on Friday 11 December. Unfortunately I can't play along this time as I'm in Plymouth and only have a very few crafting materials with me but good luck with your entries.

Sara xx


Clare (Littlebear) said...

This is a very pretty card Sara, the colours are gorgeous. I love the way you have used the tag punches - brilliant!
Clare x

Maggie said...

Great idea Sarah like colour combo too.

~ Ali ~ said...

This is fab Sara, very creative.

JJ said...

Love this card! Still have more cards to make so you have inspired me AGAIN!! Thank you.


Biscuitlid said...

this is gorgeous

Hayley said...


Alex said...

This is beautiful Sara, love the use of the punches to create the framed windows :)

Enjoy your week.

Alex x

Elizabeth said...

So pretty - and great inspiration for that window sheet. It is baffling me! LOL