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This week we are Inspiring you from the Home for Christmas chapter of our Holiday Catalogue - pages 8 - 21, and I have been playing with the Hearth & Home Thinlits dies and the coordinating stamps sets - Happy Scenes and Festive Fireplace.
I LOVE the image on the bottom of page 11 and this was the start of my card - which then evolved into a Christmas wreath on a door. Behind the window is some Sahara Sand lace ribbon, the tree fussy cut from our oh-so-divine Home for Christmas DSP, and some snowy decorations stamped in White Craft ink onto the sponged vellum.
I also cut the top and bottom of the window frame off so that my window was a basic door window.
And now it's time for you to hop on over to see Stasia's great Home for Christmas project, and be inspired anew!!
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What a cute little door, I just want to open it to see what is behind it! I love the little secret lace curtain too!ReplyDelete
A door is such an obvious place to hang a wreath, love this!ReplyDelete
Wow! This looks great Julia. I love the sponged vellum for the window and the lace and tree behind it. So effective.ReplyDelete
I don't have the Festive Fireplace set and I think you are making me need it!! Just fabulous!!ReplyDelete
I love how you have used this for the windows to a door, great idea.ReplyDelete
So clever Julia! I haven't seen the window framelits transform into a door before. I love this idea!ReplyDelete
Super card, Julia. Love the transformation from window to door and all the little details you have used. It also shows how useful this die is.ReplyDelete
What a sweet little door, Julia! Love how you have trimmed the die cut to suit & the elements showing through the "glass".ReplyDelete
WOW - your card is stunning!!ReplyDelete