Thursday, April 30, 2009

Make Your Own Window Sheets

I cut a piece of acrylic from a container we bought something in (recycling). I then used discontinued rubons to be sure it would look ok and created the 'window sheet'. I love it. Making this card, I used To the Nines (great SU designer paper) and accented with Chocolate Chip & Sage Shadow ribbon. I have gone crazy with Sage Shadow; had to order 2 rolls of their ribbon in the last month! Sometimes you just get hooked on certain colors. TIP: I used small SU glue dots under the flowers to attach the sheet to the card so it is unnoticed. Until next time, Happy Stampin' & Scrappin' Nancy


Susan Mac Donald said...

Very nice---I'm totally in agreement to recylcing. Thanks for the share.

Anonymous said...

Excuse my not knowing, but what is a 'window sheet'? Is the acrylic covering the whole card front?

Nancy Dawson said...

Printed Window Sheets were introduced by Stampin Up in their Occasions Mini Catalog, Page 10. Yes they are accetate sheets that cover a card front and are already stamped. Hope this helps. Nancy

MJ said...

So smart-and green too!

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