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Love for the Windowrama

Hello! Today I am sharing a romantic Windowrama card. I also used the Wings die set with lots of embossing powder. This is very different from my typical style, but I love how it came out.

I started by using Rose Bud Memento ink, I applied the Cling Crackle Stamp all over some smooth pink cardstock  Then, I cut the front and back portions of the Windowrama from that stamped cardstock.

Next, I applied VersaMark ink to another piece of pink cardstock. I sprinkled some Vintage Plum Embossing Powder all over that area and heat set it. Then I die cut the large swirly heart and a small heart, both from the Wings die set. I repeated the same process with one of the large wings, but I used Shabby Blue Embossing powder. For underneath the fancy heart, I die cut a piece of pink shimmer cardstock.

For my sentiment, I stamped "Love" from the Big Words Happy sentiment set on to blue cardstock. I used Vintage Plum embossing powder again, then I fussy cut around the sentiment. I attached everything with Tear It! Tape from Imagine and foam squares from Scrapbook Adhesives. The whole project came together quickly because these dies are so easy to use, and I didn't do any coloring.

I think this card turned out really pretty, and I love that Windowrama cards fit in a standard sized envelope. I think they look so unique, and I really like that you can "build" them so quickly. If you'd like to learn more about thw Windowrama, and see how easy they are to create, check out Stampendous' YouTube Video HERE. That's it for me today. I'll be back soon with another project. Thanks so much for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

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