Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Looking Out The Window.


Good morning friends, followers and callers by..


Sharing my DT card for Poppystamps blog
This card squishes down FLAT  for posting! ( Concertina sides)


Few years since I made this card design, you can make it any size! mine is finished 51/2" x 51/2" . 

This is how to create the font..





You will need three  card pieces.. 1@ 51/2" x 51/2"back....   2. @ 71/2"x 71/2"....These are your card fronts.. Score each end @ 1/2" & 1".. then concertina fold.
I am using Poppystamps Large Madison window set, I wanted a scene looking out the window, you can use any shape you like.
Find the centre and die cut both card fronts..


Apply strong tape onto both card fronts as shown.. along the 1/2" score line..( these two you stick together on top of each other)

I have adhered acetate to wrong side, touch smaller than 51/2"x 51/2" ..then adhered the window back in place...

Decorate  the inside and outside as you wish..I have used my Favourite Poppystamps "small Luxe Poinsettias" with "Verona Flourish" and this new Westbridge Christmas Tree.. tiny flowers on the tree are from the window set. 
Pinflair Ice Diamond.for the snow.

Thank you for calling by my blog.. I wish you all  ..A Merry Christmas  and  Happy New Year Pam x

Items used.

Poppystamps.
Large Madison Window set.
Country Houses & C/H Roofs & Background.   here and  here
Verona Flourish.
Small Luxe Poinsettia & Background.
Westbridge Christmas Tree.       here
Antique Lamp post.
D/I Tumbled Glass.
Pinflair Ice Diamond.


21 comments:

  1. Morning Pam,
    A great card and tutorial, thank you.
    Lydia
    X

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  2. Wonderful design Pam, so beautiful. Merry Christmas, xxx

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  3. Pam this is fantastic, your so talented.

    Wishing you and your family a very Happy Christmas and a safe and healthy New Year xxxx

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  4. Love your gorgeous card,fab details....Wishing you a Happy Christmas and all the best for the New Year.xxx

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  5. Gorgeous as always! Thanks for sharing the tutorial. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
    Hugs
    Linda xxxx

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  6. Beautiful card Pam.
    Wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas and a wonderful and safe 2016.
    hugs
    sharon :)

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  7. Pam fantastic idea and great window scene. I like the colours and the ice you used.
    Have a beautiful day and thank you for all the gorgeous cards you finished. I hope your creativity will never end.
    A wonderful Christmas time and many hugs Petra x

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  8. Beautiful creation love your window scene Pam. We only just got back from vacation and thought I'd have a bit of a play with images. I wasn't going to publish till the new year but accidentally pressed publish instead of draft so here I am....no more though till the 1st January. Have a wonderful Christmas and hugs to you...xx {aNNie}

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  9. Gorgeous card and design Pam. Have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy 2016..Loz

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  10. The gentle bowed front on this looks amazing, Pam :)
    Is that Martha Stewart's score board I spy? Do you recommend it?
    Donna. X

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  11. WOW! Again!! Visits to you are among my favorite things! There is always something stunningly gorgeous for me to drool over! Merry Christmas, Pam!

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  12. Hi Pam this is a stunning card. Thank you for the step by step. I hope that you have a very Happy Christmas. Hugs Jackie

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  13. Wonderful card, thanks for the tutorial. I love the die cuts you've used to decorate the outside. xx

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  14. Wonderful card!
    I wish you a Merry Christmas!

    Elma

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  15. Morning Pam, This window card is stunning !! It makes the brain conjour up a 'feeling' for what is beyond the window. I'm also loving the Pinflair 'snow' it is so effective. Love it !! Thank you for the brilliant tutorial.
    A very Happy Christmas to you and yours and I hope that 2016 is kind to you.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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  16. Thank you for showing us how you created this gorgeous card. The window is such a nice idea. Your pretty signature blue is awesome.

    Have a Merry Christmas.

    http://sunflowers-dragonflies.ca/blog

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  17. Morning Pam, This window card is stunning !! It makes the brain conjour up a 'feeling' for what is beyond the window. I'm also loving the Pinflair 'snow' it is so effective. Love it !! Thank you for the brilliant tutorial.
    A very Happy Christmas to you and yours and I hope that 2016 is kind to you.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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  18. Beautiful card Pam! Thanks for tutorial! Happy Christmas for you and your family, sorry for the delay.... Happy New Year!
    Big Hugs Dory xx

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  19. Nice card Pam. I am thinking it would be a good idea to keep making them for next Christmas while I am still in the mood but we'll see. Sending you happy New Year hugs, Angela xXx

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