Look through the window with Vertical Greetings stamp set from Stampin’ Up! | VIDEO

Sarah Berry Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator | Look through the window with Vertical Greetings stamp set from Stampin’ Up!

I had so much fun making this card! I’ve not used the window framelits in a little while, so it was nice to get them out again and play! You could put all sort of scenes out there in the window couldn’t you. Another product that I enjoyed using was the Garden Trellis Embossing Folder, wow did that folder really make an impression! (ha, excuse the non deliberate pun there!) It’s so beautiful when you open up the folder to reveal the impression. On my card today I used the debossed side as I wanted it to appear like wallpaper.

What scene would you put in the window? I hope you’ve enjoyed my card today, don’t forget to see how I made it on my video below.

See you again tomorrow!



Here’s the colour inspiration for today’s project. Pin these to your Pinterest boards for reference.


Here are the products I used today. All products are from Stampin’ Up! and can be purchased directly from my online shop by clicking the pictures below. Phone ordering is available between 10am-3pm Monday – Friday (01524) 561059, where you can talk with me directly. If you’re ordering online, be sure to add the current host code into the hostess code box. Thank you for shopping with me and supporting my business!


Sarah Berry
Sarah Berry

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1 Comment

  1. Rosemary
    13 December 2017 / 11:04 am

    In the past I have made Xmas shaker cards using dsp with Xmas tree design in the window and ones using scenes from old Xmas cards (upcycling) in the window and snowflake acetate for the glass. I have also used the lighthouse from Land and Sea for a coastal view!

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