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11/14/2017

Tue 14

Snowy Window Card
by Rebecca Keppel

Rebecca keppel poppystamps snowy day window card

Making a snowy window scene is easy with the new Poppystamps dies! The Large Window Cut Out die is perfect for any window scene and card theme. But, I especially loved pairing it with the Shiny Snowflakes dies and the Mini Poinsettia's to create a snowy, holiday or wintery card.

Rk poppystamps window cards (1 of 2)

I also used some snowflake stamps and a sentiment from the Wintertime Fairies stamp set. Check out this video to see how I created this window scene.

The window die is so versatile, I could see myself using it for every season of the year! Thanks so much for stopping by!

Rebecca Floral Signature copy


Supplies


Comments

Hi Rebecca, This is a fabulous card and a fabulous video 'How to', this will be ideal for 'batch making' too, I absolutely loved watching you create this card.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Very pretty card. I love the snowflakes on the outside of the acetate, so cute.

Beautiful card! xxx

Beautiful, inspiring card! Stamping the snowflakes and embossing the heatable acetate, fantastic tip! Love the layered mini poinsettias in the window box. Thank you for the excellent tip for doing the yellow centres with the 3d Nuvo drops one at a time. I will be using these tips in future cards.
Thank you for sharing this inspiring beautiful card today.
Jacquelene L
Canada

Your backgrounds are so beautiful !

So adorable! I love your card☺️

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