Saturday, 14 November 2015

November Little Claire Stamping Challenge #63 - Christmas in White

If you enter the November Little Claire Stamping Challenge #63 - Christmas in White
here is the prize that you could win!

A selection of snowy papers
Little Claire Robin & Snowdrop stamp
One pack of 'bling'
One pack of Pearls
One pack of self adhesive white lace

My inspiration card is a 'stamped and cut window card using these stamps from Little Claire
Sentiment from Santa's Hat
Image from RWAV 4 Seasons

  1. Choose three nesting dies. Using the largest and smallest cut sparkly foam to make a square shape with a window in the centre. Stick this on a white card blank. Stamp the sentiment at the bottom.
  2. Using the middle sized die cut a shape from pearlescent card. Use the stamp with a post-it note mask to stamp the image overlapping.
  3. Die cut the centre with the smallest die and put this piece within the foam square.
  4. Place the window piece around this on top of the foam.
  5. Add glitter.

I will link this to the following challenge:

Happy Crafting!


  1. This is SNOW fabulous! I LOVE the darling image, fun stamping, and the lovely glittery frame! Thanks for joining us at House of Cards! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

  2. This is just darling, like the double window effect. Glad you joined us at House of Cards! Donna T. HOC DT

  3. wow! love the monochromatic look.

  4. The way you double stamped the image and created the depth is amazing--love love love it!

    HOC DT

  5. This is a fun take on our stamped and cut window technique. Thanks so much for joining us at House of Cards!

  6. Such a fun take on the cut window technique and those snowmen are just so cute! Thank you so much for entering our November Challenge. I hope we see you again for the December challenge Karen P (DT House of Cards)


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