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Wednesday, 14 October 2009

Winter Christmas - Recessed Window Card

Hi there,
Today I have another different WOW fold to show you.  It is a very easy card to make , with just a few steps to create the completed card.  Size of the opening and placement on the card can be altered to suite any image you want to use.  I did alter the original directions by adding another 1/4 of an inch to the length of the card so I could score it twice at the centre fold and create a boxed fold.  It helps with the shape of the card to take up the recessed window and also helps the card sit better when closed. 
For the main image I stamped the Lovely as a Tree trees with Tsukineko Memento London Fog.  Then I used a Scallop Circle Punched piece of card as a template and a sponge to create the clouds with Baja Breeze.  I stamped the Skaters on another piece of Whisper White card with Stazon and cut around them, after colouring, sponging and applying Dazzling Diamonds to the frozen lake area, I mounted the lake and skaters with dimensionals and placed it in the forefront. The designer paper is applied as a step in making the card.  For embellishments I used punched snowflakes and a sentiment that are mounted on dimensionals.  I then decorated the inside of the card.  I just love the finished card.  I found the directions on Splitcoast Stampers under the Monday Technique Lovers Challenge TLC 206 Recessed Window.
Front View

Inside View

Side View

Key Supplies:
Stamps: Winter Post, Lovely as a Tree, Punches Three
Card: Black, Whisper White, Ski Slope DP
Ink: Baja Breeze, Stazon Black, Tsukineko Memento London Fog, Creamy Caramel, Basic Grey, Old Olive Markers
Accessories: SU Eyelet Border Punch, SU Scalloped Square Punch, Martha Stewart Snowflake Punch, 2 Way Glue Pen, Dazzling Diamonds, Stickles, Scoring Tool, Dimensionals
Thanks for stopping by,
Stamping Hugs,
Cat's Ink Siggy

3 comments:

  1. Wow Sue this looks spectacular! The soft colour and dazzling lake is gorgeous. So you should love it!

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  2. By far one of my favourite cards. It's beautiful. Did you cover the cut area behind the front of the card with extra paper to hide the X cut?

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  3. this card is jaw droppin gorgeous-I may have to case this-thanks for sharing with us

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