Today I’m sharing with you the other Christmas card I made for my sister’s Stamp A Stack.

While making the Wish for Peace christmas cards I shared in the last post it dawned on me to use the Window Dressing Stamp set. This is a great set for a variety of occassions however the only way you can get it is to earn one through holding a demonstration.

christmaswindow

A must have tool you will need to have for this stamp set is the Stamp-a-ma-jig. It makes lining up your stamps so much easier and therefore saves alot of cardstock being thrown out!

With this card we also used the masking technique when stamping the tree inside. The ladies were very impressed with how this card came together and how simple it was.

Recipe:

Stamps: Window Dressing, Lovely as a Tree
Paper: Real Red, Whisper White, Holiday Treasure DSP
Inks: Stazon Jet Black, Real Red, Chocolate Chip, Creamy Caramel, Always Artichoke
Accessories: Ridinghood Red Taffeta Ribbon, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Stampin Write Markers, Dimensionals

If you would like to see how this card is made ring or email me today to book in for your demonstration or Stamp A Stack.

There are many great advantages of being a Hostess of a Stampin Up! Workshop including the HOstess sets which are only available to Worskhop hostesses – I cant even buy them! and then there are the free products you can earn as well as the free gifts and projects from me!

oniestain

10 Comments

  1. Leonie,
    Your cards is so beautiful that I had to case it. Of course, I added my own touch. You have done some fantastic work.
    Cheers
    Sonia

  2. This is great. I love it. I think I will have to find this set to borrow from someone (hope mom still has it) and try this out. It looks great!! What a great Christmas card!
    Hugs!
    A

  3. Hi Leonie! How gorgeous! I did a card with a Chrissy tree … but actually cut the windows out … and layered the tree behind the window with dimensionals so that the tree looked like it was “inside”. I was quite pleased with the result … BUT … it was quite fiddly cutting around inside the windows! Masking would be so much easier! Thanks for sharing … will definitely try it again (your way)!!! Hugs, Andrea

  4. That is a really cute card, Leonie.
    Is the Christmas Window from a SU Set?

    Jackie from Michigan

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