First, I want to address my comment last week about CASE’ing my cards. I didn’t mean to upset anyone. 🙁 I got a lot of emails from people worried that they were offending me. I probably shouldn’t have made a big announcement for just a few people who are doing the wrong thing. So, I’m sorry!! I really do appreciate the support that you give me – I love all the comments and emails I receive. So, keep them coming and know that I am not upset and I don’t want you to be. 🙂
Hero Arts had a video by Jennifer McGuire about window cards with floating elements last week, so I decided to try it out. Plus, I haven’t used my owl punch in awhile – I thought this would be the perfect opportunity!
The real time for making the card was about 45 minutes! So, although the video covers all the steps I took, I only show a little segment of each step. I don’t want to take up too much of your time!
I’m still thinking about my Christmas cards – I’m considering green and blue this year with a splash of red. That’s about as far as I’ve gotten!! I’ve used the Snow Swirled stamp set two years already, and even though I want to use it again, I feel like I need to move on. I just don’t know which set to use – I like the Christmas trees in Polar Party. Decisions, decisions….
One more thing… I now have a cool list of supplies below – pictures!! I used a new tool called InLinkz. I’m sure some of you have wondered why I only link to Stampin’ Up! supplies (hence the division below). Well, I used to link to all supplies and got in trouble at Stampin’ Up!. Because I am a demonstrator, I am not allowed to link to competitor sites. So, if you have any specific questions about the non-SU supplies, email me.
Anyway, hope you enjoy this week’s video. I have a couple of Christmas cards to show you next week!
Stampin’ Up! Supplies:
- Neenah Solar White Cardstock
- Marvy Liquid Applique, White
- Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
- Ranger Ice Stickles