I wanted to make a window for my sample this time. However, I didn't want to put it in a card as that is where most people put their windows. I put mine in a tag.
I started my tag by using black cardstock and embossing it with an embossing spider web folder. I then highlighted it with white ink. Next came the window.
The window was cut with a Spellbinders die and then I covered it with a plastic sheet. Afterward I placed the image behind the plastic. The image is little Priscilla from CS Designs. She was colored with Copics. Her hair is decked with Fall leaves and she carries a pumpkin and a spider..
I finished off the tag with a ribbon of rafia and a couple of stickers in the spider web.
ValerieHi, Here's Valerie.
I have printed the row of houses (Hampton Art Stanps) onto a scrap of transparent packaging materal using Stazon black, and made a blue window frame round it, to make it look like the view out of a window.
You might ask where is the transparency ... I know, it is not easy to spot because of my photographic skills or the lack of! The little bird sits behind a transparent window. For my little wall hanging I reused an old Kraft window envelope and layered it on patterend paper (Echo Park and Prima Marketing). the stamped images are stamps from Stamper Anonymous and Kaisercraft.