Mother’s Day Window Card

Finally had time to post some new videos. Sorry it has been so long.

There are two techniques in this post. First, I show you how to use Fiskars Ultra ShapeXpress Cutter to make a window card. Then the second video shows how to use Ranger’s Adirondack Dimensional Pearls as a watercolor paint.

There is a supply list at the end of the post. Don’t forget to send me an email or a link if you try any of these techniques.

Part 1-Window Card

Part 2-Watercolor Painting with Adirondack Dimensional Pearls

Supplies Used:

Ranger Industries:
Adirondack Pigment Ink in Pitch Black and Denim
Embossing Powder in Black
Heat it Craft Tool
Adirondack Dimensional Pearls in Butterscoth, Bottle and Terra Cotta

Stickles in Yellow and Orange Peel
Nonstick Craft Sheet
Fiskars:
Ultra ShapeXpress
Circle-1 Shape Template
12″ Portable Paper Trimmer
Non-Stick No. 5 Scissors
Another Stamp Company
Three Flowers Stamp
Hero Arts Sparkle Clear Happy Greetings Stamps
Mayarts Blue with White Dots Ribbon
The Paper Cut
White Matte Coate Paper
WorldWin DoubleMates Cardstock in Hawaiian Blue
Memory Box Ariel 6 x 6 Paper Collection
Yellow and Light Blue Cardstock
Judikins Trio Adhesive
Water Brush

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Comments

  1. Love the card Patti! Paiting with Adirondack Dimensional Pearls creates such a beautiful look, perfect for a Mother’s Day card.

  2. Beeyoootifullll! :)

  3. Belle* Scraps says:

    Hi! Hope you see this comment – I saw a layout you did in Scrapbooking & Beyond-page 27 – LOVED it and did one like it for my DD!! Thank you for the beautiful inspiration!!

    Belle*