Greetings and Hope your holidays are full of happy creativity.
I recently watched a You Tube video by Kristina Werner on creating
a stained glass look, and thought it would be perfect with the Greetery's
new Cathedral Die.
The die is first cut in gold foil, the backed with acetate. The acetate is colored with Copic
markers, and the back is left open to resemble a stained glass look.
It really does resemble a stained glass window.
All product is from The Greetery's Christmas release, and Pine Bough pinecones.
The word, 'JOY' is gold embossed twice.
Really enjoyed this technique, thank you Kristina!
Have a wonderful week!
Absolutely GORGEOUS Nancy!!! Love it!!! Hugs. :0)ReplyDelete
Don't you just love this pretty window die! I haven't done stained glass with it yet, but I sure love the way yours looks! Wonderful card, Nancy. I'll have to remember the Copics and acetate trick!ReplyDelete
Thanks Lisa, wish we could share tips and tricks together! Happy Thanksgiving!Delete
My goodness Nancy, these are stunning! The coloring on the acetate really does give this window a realistic look. You never cease to amaze me. Hope you are all doing well. Hugs~ReplyDelete
Thank you, Birgit. All's well, looking forward to Christmas. Hoping your holiday is blessed!Delete
Wow, Nancy! This is amazing! LOVE this stained glass technique for the Cathedral die!ReplyDelete
Thank you Helen. Have a blessed Thanksgiving!Delete
Marisela Delgado said: Wow, Nancy! Absolutely gorgeous! Just stunning! You never cease to amaze me. Happy Thanksgiving! ☺☺☺ Marisela firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete