Thursday, September 24, 2015

Acetate Window Card with Flurry of Wishes

Check out the acetate window strip on this card.  This is one of the runner-up cards in our contest from last weekend and you can see why it was a winner.

Card made with Stampin'UP!'s Flurry of Wishes Stamp Set and matching Snowflake Flurry Punch

This card was made by Terry Schultz of Cross Plains.  The acetate window sheet strip on the front lets you see the stamped snowflakes and sentiment on the inside of the card. This is such a cool card.

Stampin'UP!'s Flurry of Wishes Stamp Set and matching Snowflake Flurry PunchThere is so much sparkle on this card, my photo just does not do it justice.  The two snowflakes on the front are both silver embossed and all 4 snowflakes have a rhinestone in the center. 

The contrast between the black card base and the silver glimmer paper really adds to the wow factor on this project.  Nice job Terry!

The snowflakes and the sentiment are from a set called Flurry of Wishes.  And while you certainly could cut the snowflakes by hand, since she was making a bunch of these as trade cards I'm sure Terry was thrilled that there's a matching punch.

Card contest winnersWe had several categories in our contest: Tuesday's post showcased the 1st place winner, this post  showcases one of the runner-up cards, tomorrow you'll see another runner up cards and later in the week I'll show the winning projects in the other categories. Of course EVERYTHING is made with Stampin'UP! product. 

If you see anything you like I'm happy to help you get the product or just to consult and explain further how the project was made.  Its all about having fun with our hobby and these projects are great.

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