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Looking through the window

December 24, 2015

052I don’t know about you but I love the Hearth and Home Framelits, and was so excited that they won’t be retiring but carrying over to the Occasions Catalogue in January.  They make it so easy to create many, many different looks.  This card started out as a 3 x 4″ card for a Project Life Scrapbook page, however, I loved it so much I re-created it for this card.  I stamped the tree from the Lovely as a Tree stampset onto Whisper White card using Old Olive ink.  I then used the framelit from the Perfect Pines Framelit Dies to cut the “baubles” from the image.  053The panel is layered onto Real Red card and a star punched from Red Glimmer paper using the star punch from the Bitty Punch Pack is added to the top.  The window frame is cut from Smoky Slate card and the image panel attached to the back.  I embossed the Whisper White card using the Brick Wall Embossing Folder, attached the window panel and layered it onto Real Red card.  054I embossed the next layer using the Softly Falling Embossing Folder, added the window panel and layered it onto the front of scored and folded Real Red card.  The greeting from the Petite Pairs stamp set is stamped in Real Red ink and punched using the Large Oval Punch, layered onto a Real Red Scallop Oval and attached to the card from using dimensionals so that it would sit over the corner of the window frame panel.  Inside I stamped the tree image once again using Old Olive ink.  Used the framelits to cut the baubles in the  tree and attached it to the inside of the card.

I love how easy it is to combine these products to create so many different looks, don’t you.

Bye for now,


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  1. December 28, 2015 7:41 am

    Lovely card Kris. I was happy to see this wasn’t going to be retiring too. So many ideas, so little time!


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