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Such a fun site for the Inspiration Challenge (IC679)..lots of pretty things for Christmas! After much browsing, I chose THIS lovely scene for my inspiration, though I turned it around & my scene is looking out instead of in. I’m also adding this to the WT717 Challenge to use a window.
To make my Christmas window, I die cut the window & also some of the Pine Tree Forest. I used some Picket Fence Distress spray on the navy bg for behind the window & also on the trees. I also used a white gel pen to add more snow to the trees & punched a white circle for the moon before attaching the window frame on top. The bg was embossed w/ a brick folder & some punched branches added above the window. For the Christmas tree, I stamped & colored 2 of them then layered them on top of each other for dimension.

Here’s a look at the inside & below it are the Copics I used for the tree.


Thanks so much for stopping by!

Supplies:

Stamps: Rubbernecker Stamps – Fir TreeDrink the Red (inside: Most Wonderful)
Paper:  Staples 110# white, navy, X-Press It Blending Card
Ink: Memento tuxedo black
Accessories:  Rubbernecker stitched rectanglesPine Tree Forest,Tag Stitch, Window 4 Pane,Circle Stitch dies,  Copic Sketch MarkersSequins, Picket Fence Distress Stain, 3/4″ circle punch, branch punches, (inside: white embossing powder), Sizzix Bricked embossing folder, white gel pen

 

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3 Responses to “Christmas Window”

  • Wow, what a visual display of art. There is so much going on that you certainly captured the holidays perfectly. I love your bricks, The sprig of garland over the window, the tree. I just love everything about this one. Get it posted and it will be a vabourite of the week for sure.

  • Rhonda Neith:

    Your card is beautiful! I’ve looked everywhere for the embossing folder you used. Would you please share the brand and where you got it?

  • Rhonda Neith:

    I actually just saw the folder but the link seems broken.

Your comments are so appreciated!

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