The last project that we made this month at Club was this card using Stampin’ Up!’s new Window Sheets. I am showing you 2 samples because one of them is made with the thinner sheets (Medium Weight) and the other one is made with the Thick Sheets. Can you tell the difference? I bet not……and you won’t notice much difference for this type of project. The cards are both the same until you TOUCH them and feel the weight difference. There is definitely not a difference to the naked eye, though. For most projects, I would probably prefer the lighter weight (and it is a little less expensive, too). But I can definitely say that the thicker sheets would be very helpful for some projects. It would just depend on what you were doing, I suppose. I gave my ladies a choice, and that way they could see both of them and try them out.
To make this card, we ran the Window Sheets through the Big Shot using the Top Note Die. It was stamped with Upsy Daisy using White StazOn and we also sponged the edges with the StazOn ink. You can HIDE you adhesive a little bit behind the larger white daisies, and also behind the ribbon. When you attach the greeting with brads, you are also helping the window sheet stay on. The “thank you” shown above is from “All Holidays” and the “birthday wishes” is from Teeny Tiny Wishes.
I hope you enjoy this idea……..I think this would make a lovely wedding card, anniversary card, or Christmas card. Snowflakes would be so pretty on this card, don’t you think?
Have a fun weekend and I will show you more fun projects next week. I have a workshop on Saturday, so I will look forward to sharing those make and takes with you next week.