Sunday, December 2, 2018

Vintage Christmas Window Display Card

Greetings today! Chris here and I am sharing this cheery holiday card.  For this card I was trying to re-create a vintage holiday store window display.  Can you picture it?  You are walking down a quaint street, snow gently falling.  You are looking at all the holiday window displays and suddenly one stands out. Everyone needs a new hat for the holidays.  That was my inspiration for this card!



Supplies used
Archival Ink
Window Die 
Flower Punch
Leaf Punch
Distress Ink
Distress Markers and Water Brush
Chipboard Greeting
Cardstock
Liquid Pearls

INSIDE OF CARD


Color Image as desired.  My favorite coloring tools are distress markers/ink and a water brush.





Trim to fit inside front of card and set aside. 

CARD FRONT

Stamp bricks from BPM Art Journaling #2 Rubber Stamp Set over front of card.


Repeat stamping until card base is covered. 



Using window die, die cut window out of card front and remove centers. 






















Die cut window from cardstock and add to card front.


Using pop dots place window scene behind card front. You can see the dimension below. 




Finish Card by adding flowers and greenery and chipboard greeting!



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