Good Saturday morning. I have a clean and simple Christmas window to share with you today. I love red and white gingham on Christmas projects. I had one small scrap of the Tina Wenke’s gingham paper left and thought it would be sweet paired with the Poppystamps French Doors.
I like using the french doors as a double paned window. I cut two sets of dies, one for the outside and one for the inside. I measured and marked the card front using the die as a template so I could cut the window opening. I mounted the window over the opening using mounting tape. I cut the decorative border on the gingham paper and crimped it and attached it on the inside of the card base window opening. I mounted the second window on the inside using mounting tape.
I attached the pine branches to the window base and I created flowers out of the designer paper and arranged in the pine for the finishing holiday decorations. I really like how clean and simple this. I left the window open to the inside and think it would be fun to be able to see the sentiment from the front window opening.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful and restful weekend. Wait…..what I am thinking? Everyone is going to be running around the grocery stores shopping for Thanksgiving holiday celebration. Oh well….take a little time for yourself.
Paper: Tina Wenke Holiday Card Making Paper, Olive, White Accessories: Poppystamps Grand Madison French Doors, Impression Obsession Border Duo 1, Crimper, Martha Stewart Branch Punch, EK Success Mini Daisy and Petunia Set, Glossy Accents, Mounting Tape, Stylus, ATG, Big Shot, Craft Knife,