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Thursday, June 13, 2013

Stamping on Window Sheets


This technique uses a StazOn Ink Pad, Permanent Markers and Stampin’ Up! Window Sheets to make 
beautiful stamped images. These can be used on all of your paper crafting projects including cards, 
scrapbook layouts, treat holders or tags.

What you need for the Stamping on Window Sheets Technique:


StazOn Ink Pad, Window Sheets
Permanent Markers



Begin by taking the blue protective cover off your Window Sheet.  Stamp your image on one side.  I 
used Pleasant Poppies to stamp my Window
Sheet with White StazOn ink.  Let dry for a few minutes.




After it dries (only takes a minute or two), turn over and color on the “unstamped” side. This 
keeps all of your stamped detail, if you stamp on the front you will cover all the little details 
of your image.





I used 2 different green permanent markers for contrast. Also, a little red and pink on the orange 
poppies to give them some dimension with yellow centers.  You can choose any colors you prefer.



After you finish coloring, cut out the image before adhering it to the card.
This is an easy technique to teach and has a big WOW!



Here is my card using the Pop ‘n Cuts Die, Designer Series Frame Embossing Folder, Glimmer Paper, 
and Best of Birthdays Stamp Set.




Tip:  I used my 2-way glue pen to adhere the window sheet to the card.


Please click to Order Stampin' Up! Online


or, you can e-mail me at dfoor@embarqmail.com

Until Next Time,

Denise Foor

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