Monday, December 15, 2014

Inside the Window at Christmas

It seems there is something magical about windows at Christmas.  It seems there is something so inviting about them whether you are in the city looking at the lovely displays or driving in the country seeing the warm glow radiating from within homes and barns.  There's something about being out at dusk and seeing the lights of the tree through the window.  It's just so,,,,,,,well, it's simply family, love, joy,,,,,,Christmas!  

I started with the window cut from Christmas.  I cut the window shape from Colonial White CS.  I then used a stencil cut from Artbooking and stenciled the bricks with texture paste.  I glued together my other window pieces and glued them to the front of the card.  I adhered acetate alternative on the inside of the window.  

I inked the greens cut from Home for the Holidays, Winter Frolic and SVG Cuts.  The little bird is from Art Philosophy.  The tree is decorated with some scrap sequins and it is adhered to a scrap of Ariana paper.  The card front is adhered over the tree with 3-D tape from CTMH.  

The inside is decorated using a Cuttlebug embossing folder and a kitty from A Child's Year.  The sentiment is from CTMH.

Great deals from CTMH this month!  If you have had your eye on the stamp sets, now is the time!  Check out the Deal of the Decade at KatiesCorner!

Off to these challenges:

Fantabulous Cricut Challenge:  Anything Goes
613 Avenue Create:  Anything Goes with opt gift packaging
Pile it On:  Anything Goes/Holidays


  1. This is completely gorgeous! I LOVE the fabulous scene you created and the use of sequins as ornaments! Perfect! HUGS and happy holidays! :) Mynn xx

  2. Nice work! The scene you've created is really charming! Thanks for dropping this off by our house here at 613 Avenue Create!
    Chana Malkah, Owner

  3. Wow, this is amazing! Thank you so much for joining us this week at FCCB.