Saturday, 26 July 2014

Candle Window Card

Hi all. I hope you're having a good weekend. I'm just having a break from my craft room to get something to eat, so I thought I'd write this while it's cooking. After that I have something to colour in ready to make into a card tomorrow. Busy, busy, busy!

As promised, this is the other card that I made with the one of the window stencils and the brick wall. For the card in the previous post I used clear embossing powder, ink on the Gelli Plate and Grunge Paste to create them.

For this version, I used acrylic paint on the Gelli plate and Glossy Accents. I prefer the Grunge Paste wall on the previous card but I like the window better on this one. I guess next time I'll have to make a Grunge Paste and Glossy Accents one!

I started off with the Gelli prints. These were done in grey acrylic paint. I did the window part first then covered it up and did the wall.

The panes of glass were coloured with Distress Inks applied with a make-up sponge. When it was dry I went over each piece of glass with Glossy Accents.

To finish it off, I added some foliage to the wall with black Archival Ink.

Must go, dinner's ready!

Stamps and Stencils Used


  1. Love Glossy accents, this looks fantastic xx

  2. Great card, Lynne - hope you enjoyed your dinner! xx

  3. i love this too. i guess both have their different charm and combining them will give you a third option. so i say a very good result ...... 3 for 2! :) xx

  4. fantastic what a glorious window xx


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