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Clearly Amazing Window Sheet class by Patty Bennett

Last week I taught a class using the Stampin' Up! window sheets.  There are 3 different packs, sold on pg 169 in the catalog, but you really have to SEE these wonderful accessories to appreciate them!!!

Window sheet 1This window sheet is called Flower Fantasy and is a 12x12 sheet with vines and flowers printed on it... it coordinates perfectly with COTTAGE WALL Designer Paper.  LOVE this one!

FLOWER FANTASY window sheets: item 115705, pg 169

Cottage Wall DSP: item 115671, pg 160




 


Clearly thanks sheet This sheet is called CLEARLY THANKS and is 8-1/2"x11" and is meant to be cut into 1/4ths to make 4 cards.  The upper right has small polkadots but it's hard to see here.

CLEARLY THANKS window sheets: item 115122, pg 169


 



 

Seasonal pieces sheet

This 12x12 sheet is called SEASONAL PIECES.  It features enough printed pieces to make 7 projects and also has 2 embellishment pieces.

SEASONAL THANKS window sheets: item 115706, pg 169





 




 

And here are the samples we made in class this week:

BELOW: Using the upper left flower piece in the Seasonal Thanks sheet mounted on a Melon Mambo folded card.  Adhesive is placed under the area where the ribbon is, and also under a few flower centers.

Mambo flowers

BELOW: Using the Dandelion piece from the CLEARLY THANKS sheet, we used sponge daubers and chalk to color the images on the sheet!  The window sheet is adhered to the cardstock using brads in the flower centers.

Dandelions

BELOW: Using 4x4 pieces of the FLOWER FANTASY sheet, layered onto 4x4 pieces from the Cottage Wall DSP pack and Rich Razzleberry cardstock, we made these cards.   The window sheet is adhered to the card using Rhinestone brads in flower centers.

Flower fantasy 1 Flower fantasy 2 Flower fantasy close up

BELOW: and for the 4th card, we used this technique I learned at the Stampin' Up! Convention this month.  Use the printed Tree piece from the SEASONAL THANKS window sheet, and added more white "snow" using a brush (paint brush or dry aqua painter tip) and white CRAFT ink, then heat emboss that with Irridescent Ice emb. powder and a heat tool. Layer it onto any dark cardstock (this is Not Quite Navy).  The adhesive is under the trunk and under some branches.

Tree

Mary had a great alternate way to use the Melon Mambo DSP strip on the flower card:

Flowers mary

and PJ used Rhinestone brads on the Dandelon card and placed her ribbon under the window sheet:

Dandelion pj

Happy Stampin'.... go get some Window Sheets and start creating :)

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Comments

Tory B

Wow, Patty! Those are gorgeous! I had looked at the printed window sheets and decided I didn't need them, but those are great!

Priscilla Aguilar

Wow, these are beautiful cards! TFS! :o)


~*Priscilla Aguilar*~
http://faeriedreamsandpaperwishes.blogspot.com

Carey Rogers

Absolutely gorgeous and gets my brain going. I need those sheets, never gave them a second look when I got my catty in June.

TFS

Judy Elting

Wowza!! Gorgeous cards! I especially like the snow on the trees! Gotta try all of them. Thank you so much!

nancy littrell

Thank you Patty for sharing your window sheet class examples. I can now visualize how to use these sheets and what a fun and pretty accessorie they would make. Your photo's were so very, very helpful. Thanks again my friend.

Tanya

I seriously love and appreciate that you show us how all these things work! :)
Plus, that tree card is STUNNING!

Patti Pennock

Can we order that class by mail?

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