Winter Window

Sometimes I get inspired by the detailed and delicate foliage dies from Penny Black. The new ‘juniper’ die set got me started for this design along with a navy panel of cardstock splattered with white paint.

I gathered other dies to combine into a winter window scene. I could have chosen brighter reds and greens but I am in a muted vintage style phase right now so forest green and burgandy were my picks for the juniper and berries. All the dies are listed below; I picked from a few sets and added double sided adhesive to all the cardstock before die cutting. The window die is designed to open but I chose the adhesive backing so it would be stuck down firmly to keep the snow outside and the candle from blowing out!


6 Comments on “Winter Window”

  1. Beverly Railey Robinson says:

    Great description and nice touches of humor. That’s a very different card for you, and it’s lovely. I so appreciate your talent and willingness to teach us. Be safe. Enjoy the holidays.

  2. Patricia Rowe says:

    What an extraordinary card. The die is used so what you did.

  3. Connie S. says:

    Love the card!

  4. Pat says:

    What a beautiful window die and love all the different foliage shapes and the burgundy and forest green go beautifully with the kraft card, and love the few bits of gold for the foliage and the gold lantern. It must have taken a longer time to construct but looks fantastic Heather. x

  5. PaperMorePaper says:

    Beautifully designed and executed card. A feeling of calm and peace emanates from it, perhaps from the serene night sky? A classic and big favorite here….and now.

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