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12/11/2011

Sun 11

Let it snow!

Hi Bloggy friends and happy Winter! It's cold everywhere by now, and we are all hunkering down and getting ready for the holidays! Today's card features more yummy Winter Poppystamps dies goodness! Have you seen the window dies??? They're fabulous! (and not to give away anything...but...wait until you see what Dave came up with for Spring to go with the windows!)

 

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The window die was cut out of white cardstock and then a little brown ink was put around the edges to soften it and make it seem a little vintage. Awesome Memory Box papers were used to look like wallpaper and blue skies.  

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The sentiment is one of the new Poppystamps cling stamps and then I added a few little trees to the banner.

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The window was popped up with foam tape to add some dimension to the card and the scene. I love this color scheme for a nice winter greeting!

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SUPPLIES:

289B Let it Snow Cling stamp

815 Grand Madison Window Die

809 Pine Tree Border Die

Memory Box Tinsel 6x6 Papers

Ocean A2 Card

Thank you very much for stopping by the Poppystamps Blog today! Have a fabulous day! 

Wanda 

 

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Comments

oh my...willl case this one! awesome!

Fabulous card! I am in LOVE with that window die! Must get it ASAP!
DeniseB

LOOOOOOOOVe that window die!great card.

Please help me. I just got your small Madison window die but I don't know how to use it with my electric big shot. I can't find any instructions or "sandwich recipe". When I use platform, cutting pad, die, paper, cutting pad, it just passes through without cutting or embossing. If I add a texturz impressions pad it won't go through at all. I do not have a crease pad. Is that what I am missing? Btw, my electric big shot, which I purchased from qvc, does not have a "multipurpose" platform like the one that comes with the crank model. Just a plain, regular platform that (up until now) has never been a problem. Can anyone out there help?

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