Had to use my Window Dressing stamp set for this challenge. I was trying to come up with a creative curtain rod but couldn't think of anything so I just took a thin piece of paper, scored and folded it. I made the curtains by cutting first then running them through my crimper a bunch of times and peeling off some of the the card stock layers so they folded easier. I also sponged the background with Bashful Blue for the sky and Certainly Celery for the grass, not sure if that show up on the picture. And I stuck a little (very uncooperative) pink rhinestone in the center of her bow. Hope that you like it!
Date: Thursday, October 6, 2011 GMT Views: 868
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Registered: July 27, 2007 Location: Dublin, Ireland Posts: 76491
Fri, Oct 07, 2011 @ 1:36 AM
Brilliant!! I love this set (I used it for this challenge too) and love seeing different ways to use it.
I think your curtains are fab! The pole looks great too. Other times I've used cocktail sticks, bamboo skewers or old broken wooden knitting needles if you actually want something round.
Now you really have made not just a window card but a Looking in On You one just perfect for Bev's write-up to her challenge.