Monday, February 8, 2010

Frosted Window Technique

Holly posted a new technique on Splitcoast today, it's called the Frosted Window and is TLC259. You stamp and colour your image on white c/stock and then stamp and colour the BACK of your image on vellum. Then lay the vellum over the cardstock and adhere it with dimensionals so it's layered. It's cool! I like these fun and funky colours, not my normal style ~ but that's good!

Here's a close up of the sentiment at the bottom! Funny story ~ I perched the card up on a shelf while I tidied my desk ... and when I pulled it down, the teeny Pumpkin Pie flower fell with it ... as though it was MEANT to go on the card ... and it looked so much better once I added it! Tee Hee.

Stamps : Happy Moments, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Cardstock : Real Red, Pumpkin Pie, WW, Vellum
Ink : Stazon Black, Pumpkin Pie
Accessories : Flower Fusion, Brocade blue Brad, SU Word Window and Modern Label Punches, Circle Scissor Plus, Big Shot, Polka Dot Embossing Folder, SU Markers


Debra said...

Adorable Em!

jimlynn said...

What a neat technique....and a very cute card.

Crystal said...

Love the funky colors!