I have to say I love the Stampin’ Up!’s Home for Christmas Designer Series Paper and the Hearth and Home Framelit. This framelit can be used as a window as well as a fireplace and mantle. So easy. because all you have to do it run the card stock or designer series paper through the Big Shot!
Card Stock and Dimensions:______________________________________
This card was made using Real Red (8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ scored at 3-1/2″), Soft Sky (5″ x 3-3/4″) and Whisper White (4-3/4″ x 3-1/2″) Card Stocks.
For the window frame a 4-1/2″ x 4″ piece of Real Red card stock was run through the Big Shot using the Hearth and Home Framelit die.
For the Window Scene:_________________________________________
A 3-3/4″ x 2-3/4″ piece of Night of Navy card stock was used as the base. Torn pieces of Whisper White and Soft Sky were used to create depth and small hills. Even though two different colors were used they both read as snow, which is exactly what effect I wanted. These layers were affixed with Multi-Purpose Glue.
The Home for Christmas Designer Series Paper was used for the church and house simply by cutting them out and adhering them with All-Purpose Liquid Glue.
Snowflakes were added to the Night of Navy sky with the Un-ball Signo Gel Pen.
“Merry Christmas” from the Sassy Salutations stamp set was stamped in Real Red Ink on to the Whisper White layer.
Putting It All Together:__________________________________________
Small dabs of Multi-Purpse Glue were placed along the front edges of the window scene and it was affixed to the back of the die cut Real Red window.
The layers were adhered as shown using SNAIL Adhesive.
Stampin’ Dimensionals were used to affix the window.
These window scenes are so much fun to make and any stamp set with small images are fun to mix and match. I’m working on more and will share them before and after Xhristmas.
In the meanwhile…