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November 4, 2014

Joy To The World Christmas Window Card Made On The Explore


Hi, Sheila here from She's A Sassy Lady. Thank you Pam for allowing me to share today on your blog. Hope you are feeling a little better today!

Isn't this a beautiful little card. I have a light on the side of it so you can see that it is a window card, complete with a window. I love window cards and was thrilled when I figure out how to do them on my Explore... even more thrilled that it was easier than on the CCR or Gypsy! Originally I was making this card for a card party and cut out 12! Well after getting them all cut out I decided that I wanted to keep them for myself as I make my own cards and I love religious cards so this one is perfect.



Now wasn't that a lot easier than you thought? I used a lot of glitter pager from My Minds Eye. And I want to remind you that this particular card that I am showing has every blunder cut that happened. I had to get some new mats out then all went well.


This is a close up of the front and as you can see it does have a window in the card.


Close up of the inside. I used a stamp and ink from close to my heat. It is beautiful.


Here is another close up of the card I wish the picture looked as good as the card, as it is stunning and just shimmers as you hold it in the light.


Thank you for joining me today. I enjoyed sharing my card with you and hope you liked it too. Thanks for your sweet-sweet words of encouragement. Your comments always inspire me to continue sharing with you. Have a blessed week.

3 comments :

Ashley Lydia Durand said...

Gorgeous card ! I love religious cards as well, but honestly this is stunning!

Pam said...

Such a beautiful window card. I love it. TFS

Cultivate Life in Joy said...

Hi Pam. THis is such a beautiful card. Stopping by to pay a friendly visit and catch up on you beautiful creations. Hope all is well with you and the family. Take care until my next visit. Big Hugs, AntoinetteT

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