Friday, October 15, 2010

Ornament Window

It was so hard trying to get a picture of this card since the acetate is so reflective. To make the ornament I folded a piece of white card stock that measured 5 1/2" x 11" in half and cut out a 5" circle leaving about an inch on the top edge of the fold. The card front was embossed using the snowflake embossing folder and then a 3 1/4" circle was cut out using a circle cutter. For the frame cut a circle at 3 3/4" with the center circle of 3 1/4" removed. Cut a piece of acetate at 3 3/4" and stamp snowflakes with white staz-on ink, allow to dry before attaching to the frame piece. Stamp the main image centered on the inside of card, attach acetate piece to frame and then the framed piece to care front. Add sentiment and attach with dimensionals. To create the ornament top cut a piece of brushed silver card stock at 1 1/4" x 2 1/2" and punch edges using the eyelet border punch, attach to top of card. I also cut the bottom edge flat so that it can stand opened.

Supplies Used: Paper: Whisper White, Handsome Hunter, Brushed Silver, Acetate; Ink: Handsome Hunter, White Staz-on; Stamps: Scenic Season, Merry & Bright; Other: Circle Cutter, Snowflake Embossing Folder, Eyelet Border Punch, Dew Drops, Crystal Effects, Frost White Shimmer Mist, Dimensionals

1 comment:

Sue B said...

I love this card what a great idea