|Be creative with the window. I put a small gift in each window pane. |
The gift and lights are from our set, "Handy Dandy Helpers."
|String lights across by stamping within the|
panes to avoid masking.
Making objects appear inside or outside of the window gets a bit trickier, however. To do this, create a mask by stamping the window on copy paper. It needs to be thin paper so that you can stamp on top without issue. Here's a picture of my mask. It's been used already! I keep it inside my set's CD case so that I don't have to recreate it next time.
|Create a mask using, thin, inexpensive copy paper. |
This photo is not blurry, my mask has just been used over and over!
Once you have the mask created, stamp your window image on the card front. Then, lay the mask over the stamped image and stamp again using the item(s) you want to appear on the other side of the window. In the next example, I stamped the work table on top of the mask to get this effect.
|Use a mask to stamp images inside or outside|
the window to avoid overlapping lines/images.
Try this out! Smiles, Bobbi