In the world of cardmaking there are so many fun cardmaking techniques to try. Today we are going to explore the technique of stamped window cards.
I have seen this cardmaking technique over the years and I have even created cards with this fun idea but today I have a few other cool ideas to share that will hopefully inspire you for your next crafting session.
Stamped Window Cardmaking Technique
I created a few examples of stamped window cards to share with you today. The first one is the one I shared in today’s YouTube live event.
It features the Mischievous Mice stamp set which you can get free by placing a $100 online order with me and using the current host code.
How sweet is this card? I love it so much. So this card was inspired by all the beautiful weather we’ve been having in California and by Ukraine. I stamped my birds in Daffodil Delight, Crushed Curry and Balmy Blue and Pacific Point in honor of Ukraine.
It’s heartbreaking what is happening in Europe and I pray for peace there. Birds always make me think of peace and happiness.
This card is one of the cards for my add on class for the Hello Beautiful Stamp Camp. If you haven’t already you can purchase the stamp camp, here.
The great thing about the stamp camp is you will get kits in the mail with an email with PDF’s and then you can complete your cards at your own convenience.
I absolutely love how this card turned out and if you want to see the video for how I did the coloring and the scene make sure to choose the In The Moments add on class when you sign up for the stamp camp.
Stampin’ Up Supply List
These are the supplies I used on the card in today’s YouTube live video. The Mischievous Mice stamp set is a free gift I am giving away this month when you place a $100 online order using the current host code.
Do you have a favorite cardmaking technique or cardmaking inspiration Pinterest board? I would love it if you shared the image below by pinning it to your favorite Pinterest board. This also allows you go to revisit this project whenever you need to and it shares the project with other people.
All of the photos on this blog post are pinnable from your computer or device.
Thank you for hanging out with me for a little bit today!
Don’t forget you only have until March 16th to sign up for the Hello Beautiful Stamp Camp and get all those awesome kits in the mail.