Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Outside My Window

I have been enjoying all the window cards I have been seeing lately, especially those done by Kittie . It reminded me that I had bought a window stamp at a fall festival last year and I had never used it, I beleive it is a local company and when I googled it all I come up with is a Photography place in Tennesse, so I don't know if they are even still in business.


Treasures to remember, window stamp, has been cut out and paper from my first paper pack behind it.  Colored with Copics.  The wood grains are in the stamp.
I made the window box by using my fiskars corner punch on a piece of rectangle cardsotck and then added about 3 strips on top of each other to give a little lip to the top of the box.
McGill pine punch
Michaels $ punch
Liquid Pearls in lemon yellow for center of flowers
Sizzix (Tim Holtz) Bricked Embossing Folder, inking on the folder before embossing

Today started off mighty cold in the high 30's, but the sun is shining :)
Hope it is shining where you are!
Thanks so much for stopping by,
Connie

7 comments:

Grace said...

Hi Connie! I just love your window stamp! The brick wall ef is perfect, and I love the dp you used to look just like curtains! The little tiny flowers are soooo cute! This is really pretty!!!
hugs,
Grace

Leslie Miller said...

Hi, Connie! I'm coveting the brick embossing folder and hope to pick it up sometime soon. Love how you achieved the look by inking the folder. Your planter box with flowers in the window and the wallpaper are super cute. Makes a darling card!

nitestamper said...

absolutely adorable !!!!!
the flowers are so, so cute!!!!
tfs:)

Kittie said...

Connie, what a precious window image. I love it. The flower box is so sweet. Don't you love the pine punch!!

Debby said...

Gorgeous card Connie!Love the window and the bricked background great job!

Beate said...

What a wonderful window card!
Hugs and smiles

Sarah said...

I love how the little flowers in the window box match the curtains you made from the dp so perfectly! Adorable card!