Stamp School: Blended Sunset Window Card!

Hi friends! I am so glad you took a break from the cooking and cleaning and preparing that goes along with Thanksgiving Day in the USA to spend some time with me.  I am also thankful for everyone who spends time with me here not matter where you are from:) I had a lovely afternoon crafty shopping with my sister today and now I am relaxing by the fire and looking forward to tomorrows dinner at my parents house with family. Speaking of relaxing, I was so happy yesterday when I had a chance to have fun and create this card:


It was relaxing to make it up on the fly and let the colors go where they may. If you are looking for an artsy way to use your Gelatos or Water-soluble oil pastels give this a try!


Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving and til next time happy crafting!

17 Responses

  1. It’s beautiful card, Lindsay! I love the sunset colors. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.


  2. Lindsay, hope you have a wonderful and safe Thanksgiving with your family. It is very relaxing to watch your tutorials and I look forward to them every time.


  3. Oh love the card!


  4. It looks very nice. But something doesn’t seem right. You have flowers in the flowerbed outside on the windowsill while the landscaping has snow and bare trees. Supposedly it would be a late Winter or early Spring.

    Secondly, I’ve been searching everywhere, in stores and online for those color dusters for several months now. I even put in a request to notify me when it is available. Have you seen them recently? If so, where???

    Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving to you and yours!


  5. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.


  6. Lovely look and technique Lindsay – thanks for sharing! Happy Thanksgiving….count your blessings one by one!
    Paper Hugs,


  7. What a great technique. I have never seen that done before. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.


  8. Love the card! I always enjoy your videos!!!


  9. One of my favorite stamps sets. Thanks for the video have both the water soluable sticks and love the way they blend. Just got some new gelatos so this is a winner. !


  10. Hope you and your family have a Happy Thanksgiving!!
    I love the way you blended the background for the sky behind the trees. That window you used in the front of the card could would
    also make a great shaker card.


  11. I found some furniture protectors at Lowes that make good stamp blocks also. They are round.


  12. Beautiful card and cool technique with the pastels. I had to laugh because your window box piece was on camera the whole time. I actually pointed to it – silly me. 🙂 hugs, Teresa


  13. Hi Lindsay 🙂
    Beautiful card; Thank you for sharing!
    Wishing you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving.
    Best wishes.


  14. Lovely window card. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.


  15. Wonderful looking card!!


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