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Windowrama and Helebore

Hello! The January 2019 catalog from Stampendous is officially out! You are going to love the new products, especially the new die set that the team is featuring this week. It's called the Windorama Die Set and it is so versatile and fun! I will be suing this die set quite a bit! I am also using some of the newest stamps, including the Small Hellebore. I love hellebore flowers... I have some growing in my garden. I love their deep and unusual colors, which I tried to capture in my project for today. My full instructions are below.
Supplies:
Stampendous:
RS-Q241: Small Hellebore
DCP1012: Windowrama Die Set
6CR011: Dahlia Collage
SSC1308: Script Sayings
DP111: Detail Black Embossing Powder

Other:
Bazzill: Parrot
Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers: 040, 046, 047, 053, 082, 090, 095
Imagine: VersaMark, Sweet Plum Memento Ink, VersaFine Clair Ink in Nocturne
Lavender and green cardstock
Scrapbook Adhesives: EZ Runner
Posca Pen: White
Canson Mixed Media XL

Directions:
1. Stamp the Hellebore image on to Canson Mixed Media paper with Nocturne ink.

2. Color the Hellebore with the Zig markers listed.

3. Fussy cut the image.

4. Die cut the Windowrama with Parakeet and Parakeet cardstock.

5. Die cut 2 sets of leaves from a coordinating green cardstock.

6. Add detail to the leaves with Zig's May Green (047).

7. Stamp the sentiment on to the right side of the inside of the green panel with VersaMark Ink.

8. Sprinkle with Detail Black Embossing Powder and heat set.

9. Stamp the outside of the lavender panel with the Dahlia Collage stamp in Sweet Plum Memento Ink.

10. Glue the Windowrama closed.

11. Adhere the Hellebore and the leaves to the Windowrama.

I am excited to explore more ideas with the Windowrama. I really think it could be a game changer for dimensional cards because it is so easy to work with. Please be sure to visit the Stampendous Blog to see more ideas. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

This is so elegant and lovely, Alison! Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful way to make the WindowRama die just stunning! Great job!
Oh your card is beautiful. Love the deep dark colors. This WinowRama die is a must have die.
TrainWithMeghan said…
I love the deep purple flower! And the sentiment! This WindowRama die is so unique! I love it!
(USA, meghan.kennihan@gmail.com)
Pammejo said…
Fabulous card Alison,Love the WindowRama DieS! Yours is gorgeous! Love your card and it would be a real job to receive one in the mail. Stampendous out did themselves when they came up with such a unique and creative card die idea!!!
Shell B. said…
Beautiful card, wonderful dies!
NicoleN said…
Wow, soo beautiful!
Beckie Williams said…
This is imply beautiful. I love your colors and your flower is amazing! Thank you for sharing!
GA, USA
Laurie B. said…
Beautiful card! Purple and green is my favorite color combination. (USA)
Allison, your WindowRama card is a knockout and so versatile. It can be used as a birthday, thank you, hello, congratulations etc. card. So magnificent. Thank you for some fabulous ideas.
Donna said…
Pretty card. Thank you for sharing. NV, USA
Fe Orot Mejia said…
Your card is so elegant.
Denise Bryant said…
Gorgeous card! Love the round window opening on the card front and that beautiful hellebore bloom!
USA
Lieve said…
Beautiful card; it looks almost like a little present.
Great to send and receive. I love the new die set !
Greetings from Belgium (but I have a US mailing address).
Tracey Magner said…
Hi, I have to say WOW, your card came out STUNNING!! The colors are just beautiful they just pop off the page and draw your eye in, so super pretty. You did an amazing job with this die set, thanks for sharing, really enjoyed your post. USA
Jean said…
Simply gorgeous!
Anne Temple said…
Hi from Tennessee. This is stunning! I love the colors you've chosen; they really pop
Stunning card. Thanks for sharing
Vee said…
Fantastic job, So Beautiful !!! USA
karenajo said…
Stunning card! Love the colors and all the dimension added by using the WindowRama die! Thanks for sharing! USA
McStamper said…
What a wonderful card. The background and colors are beautiful.
cghundley said…
How gorgeous your
windowrama card is!
I love that it folds
flat to mail.
Carla from Utah
Sue D said…
Beautiful--love the purple and green together.
Sue in Ohio
sharon g said…
Such a bold, pretty flower. I like the leaves in the background, too.
Becca Yahrling said…
This is simply gorgeous! Love the text of the BG and this new die is just awesome!
USA

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