Window to the World …

Hello Stampin’ Friends,

How are you this fine Friday?  It’s warming up a bit and the sun is shining today, and you are ready this blog … so it’s a good day!  I’m glad you are here.

Today I want to share a card that I had made in one of my technique classes last year.  I don’t usually post items that were done in my clubs or classes … but, I’m having technical difficulties with my camera.  And – this is a really cool card!

There are actually 2 techniques used on this card, reverse spotlighting and stamping on window sheets ….


Don’t you just love it!  We began by creating a “mask” with the 2-1/2″ circle punch.  Once we had our mask, I chose to use the colors of a sunrise, something soft yet would pull your eye directly into the card.  Before pulling off the mask, we stamped the birds with “Basic Grey”.  I wanted you to see the image, but not over power the sunrise.

Next, we positioned the “Window Sheet” over the card and stamped the tree image onto it using Black StazOn.  It really pops … doesn’t it!  Using the window sheet gives the card a totally unique dimension.

The card is finished off with the beautiful “Daffodil Delight” Seam binding.  I love how easy the seam binding is to use, and the yellow completes the card.

Here is a list of supplies used for today’s card …






 Serene Silhouettes – WOOD



 Serene Silhouettes – CLEAR



 Window Sheets



 2-1/2” Circle Punch



 StazOn Ink Pad



 Daffodil Delight Seam Binding

Clicking on the item number will link you to my on-line store.

Thanks so much for stopping by …

Have an awesome day.

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