Snowy Winter Window

Good Tuesday morning.  I have a snowy winter window to share with you today.  I wanted to use the new Dee’s Distinctively Small Snow Covered Tree in a window scene and thought it would be perfect in the Grand Madison Arched Window and paired with the largest deer from the Deer Trio.

I traced the inside of the die cut window on my card base to create a pattern to cut an opening. I cut it out with my craft knife and then attached the frame over it with mounting tape.

KC Poppy Stamps Grand MAdison Arched Window 2 right

I cut the trees and attached all the layers of each tree together with rolled glue dots. I then applied snow to the branches with liquid applique, dabbed lightly with my finger to spread and remove bubbles and heat set. I cut the deer and sponged with brown ink. 

KC Poppy STamps Grand MAdison Arched Window 2 center

I attached the ground snow piece in the window, attached the deer and then placed the trees behind the deer.  I applied a layer of mounting tape on the inside of the window opening to create depth and then attached a large rectangle blue piece over the opening to cover and create the blue sky.  I added a few tiny dots of falling snow with liquid applique and heat set.  I love the shape of the snowy trees and now think I have to go back and get the larger snow covered tree.  Cha-ching!

KC Poppy Stamps Grand MAdison Arched Window 2 left

Have a great day and thanks for coming by.


Poppystamps Dies, Grand Madison Arched Window Memory Box Dies, Deer TrioDeeFiskars Paper Crimper, WaveInk Blending ToolAccents, Glossy Liquid Applique, WhiteATG Kit, Advanced Tape GliderSizzix Big Shot Machine, Black & PinkHigh Tack Double-Sided Foam Mounting Tape, 1/2Distress Ink Pad, Vintage Photo

Paper:  Red, White, Olive, Blue   Ink:  Distress Ink Vintage Photo   Accessories:  Poppy Stamps Grand Madison Arched Window, Memory Box Deer Trio, Dee’s Distinctively Small Snow Covered TreeWave Crimper, Glossy Accents, Liquid Applique, Mounting Tape, Inkssentials Ink Blending Tool,

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