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Frosted Windowpanes

>> Thursday, October 15, 2009

Posted by Jessica G.

Stamps: DRS Designs (Silhouette Icicles G035, Triple Tree L004, Snowflake Background H187, One line Merry Christmas B365); Ink: Stampin' Up (Read Red, Always Artichoke), Tsukineko (Versamark); Cardstock: Stampin' Up (Night of Navy, Basful Blue, Real Red), Papertrey (vellum), Marcella K (Perlescent Silver), Georgia Pacific (110 white), Doodlebug (Sugar-coated Lily white); Die Cut: Spellbinders (Rectangle Nestabilitiee); Paper Punch: Martha Stewart (snowflakes), Stampin' Up (Word Window); Embossing: Stampendous (Winter Wonderland, clear); Ribbon: Papertrey (Poppy grosgrain); Others: Hero Arts (gems); Unknown: star gem.

DRS teamed up with SheetLoads this month to sponsor the October e-issue featuring a sketch by Ann Seleshanko. This card is one of my takes on sketch; I thought the image panel was the perfect shape for a window with frosted vellum panes!

When the card is closed, there is a hint of another image:

Open the card to see three pines decorated for Christmas with gems and a star!

Ready to try your hand at trimming a tree for any season? DRS Designs is also sponsoring this week's Saturday Spotlight with Hidden Potential Challenge to 'Dress Up Those Trees'. Play along for your chance to win a DRS gift certificate!


Julie- justwritedesigns said...

This is fantastic, Jessica! I love the vellum window. I'll definitely have to case this one.

Cathy Indelicato said...

Very cool!!! Love the star inside too!

Anonymous said...

WOWZER!! Jess, this is really cool!! LOVE how you showed us how to use those icicles in a really cool way!! :) Beautiful creation!! HUGS

Jennifer E. said...

Great card & so creative! Love how you put it all together!

Sue said...

WOW! Very Cool! I can't wait to see this one in person!

Samantha said...

Cool seems to be the appropriate sentiment and it's exactly what I thought as well. Awesome!

Miss Boo (a.k.a. jen70) said...

Wow! Your card is so creative!

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