Christmas Window

This is my attempt at an “old-school” Christmas window one might have seen on 5th Avenue. The color scheme is Winter Blues inspired by Double D Challenges; the girl inspired my shopper’s hair and dress colors, the blue jay is sitting in the tree, the wreath is on the awning, the snowy branches inspired the trees and the blue-green inspired the Speckled Egg window background. I used quite a few different companies’ stamps for this card. The girl shopping is a stamp from May May Made It, stamped in Memento Black ink and colored with Copic B21, C1,B24, E55,E23 and E57. The window and wreath are from Hero Arts November 2019 and April 2018. The awning was colored with B21 and B24 then cut out and the bottom of the awning mounted on foam tape with the top of the awning glued down to give it a more 3D effect; this is hard to see in this picture🙃. The window scene is Distress Oxide Speckled Egg then sprayed with a misting of a light blue perfect pearls. The snowy tress, hills, bird and deer are from Cricut Access. My background was cut out with a Lawn Fawn stitched die and the top 2/3s embossed with a brick embossing folder; I then used a score board to embossing the sidewalk. The sentiment is from Lawn Fawn’s Holiday Helpers and embossed using Versamark and Emerald Creek’s Aroma Chocolate Dream. I believe Emerald Creek has the BEST embossing powders. That’s about it! I hope you enjoy!

Have a fun Friday, y’all!

3 thoughts on “Christmas Window

  1. I remember looking through the store windows when we’d go into the city during Christmas. A magical time of the year! Your card really does remind me of that. So pretty and thanks so much for joining us at 2 Crafty Critter Crazies.
    Lynn

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