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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Heartfelt- Winter's Window Box

Good morning!
Isn't this fireplace scene so cozy?  I love it and today we are peeking in on this family's Christmas decorated room through their beautiful window with a candle on the seal and a pretty window box outside with lovely pink poinsettias.

Heartfelt Creations- Winter's Window Box

side view for window box dimension
On the inside


Instructions: Other products: Vintage Glass glitter, rhinestones, Spellbinder poinsettia die, Spellbinder 5 X 7 Elegant Labels 4 and Labels 4, Brilliance Orchid, Brilliance Lime, Glitter Snow Paste, Copic Markers-R21,R24,R29,R14,Y32,Y15,Y35,Y38,C01,C02,C03,W01,W02,W03,E51,E53,E33,R35,YG11,YG05,G14, 

Instructions: Card size is 5" X 7". I cut 2 pieces of 5 X 7 white linen card stock for the base and and extra piece 5 X 2 folded in half to make a hinge (since I did not have 14 X 5 to make the base one piece).  Glue front and back to the cut out hinge (hinge is cut with die hanging over the fold so that it will not cut apart).  Cut inside and outside designer paper with Labels 4 and then use the small die of the 5 x 7 Elegant labels 4 just for the inside.  Layer the labels 4 and elegant labels 4 together for the inside and glue to the inside.  Stamp, and die cut the fireplace with the Cut and Mat 1B, color then sponge edges with Brilliance Orchid and glue to inside up high enough to add the sentiment using another Spellbinder die to cut.  Next start working on the front.  Glue cut designer paper to front, cut window opening out of card front then stamp, die cut and color the window frame, window candle, poinsettias, and window box fillers. Glue candle to the inside of window cut out. Die cut Raindrops on Roses medallion, window box (all parts) and Window Box Elements and put the window box together adding the box trim and enough of the Raindrops on Roses medallion to reach the bottom of the box.  Glue fillers in (cutting and arranging as necessary to let candle show through window). Add formed poinsettias filled with gold Prills to the front of the box and paint on some snow paste then glitter.  Finish with rhinestones.

Thanks for visiting today!

Luke 12:6-7

“Are not five sparrows sold for two copper coins? And not one of them is forgotten before God. But the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Do not fear therefore; you are of more value than many sparrows.


Janine said...

Another stunning card

Susie Williams said...

I would love to type something deep and meaningful about this unbelievably gorgeous creation, but I just fell off my chair and hurt my typing finger. Robin (whew I almost called you mate), your work takes my breath away, xxxx

Jan's Paper Flowers said...

This is gorgeous Robin! Love your coloring!

Olga Jewell said...

Gorgeous!! said...


Marisa Job said...

What a gorgeous card! Love it!!

Patricia Manhire said...

This is just beautiful! I love it!

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, Robin! This is GORGEOUS! I giggled when I read Susie's comment, but I agree with her! THUD! This card is amazing, and the photos you've taken really show it off beautifully! What a joy to see it! Thanks for sharing your gift and talent! Hugs, precious friend! xoxo