Saturday, July 14, 2012

Faux Window Technique with Just Us Girls!

Howdy FRIENDS!  It might come as a complete surprise to you....

...But I chose a WESTERN theme to showcase this FUN and easy technique,

~ I KNOW, right? ~

....brought to you, by the fine, talented & FABULOUS ladies from
Just Us Girls!  {Tee Hee!}  We're beckoning you to PLAY, and partake in
 this creative challenge to perk up your stamping fun...  CHECK it OUT!

It ISSSSSS a rootin' tootin' good time!

{And a GREAT way to show off with some SCRUMPTIOUS  buttons!} 
Love THESE from Buttons Galore and MORE!  YeOWza!

Please CHECK out the whole team for divine inspiration..

PLUS, we are HONORED to have a lovely guest designer 
for this month, SUPER talented,  Esther!  I hope you'll 
show her some SERIOUS love - Psst!  You'll be GLAD you did!

Can you STAND it?  Are you revved up and ready?  Don't be SHY!  
~ You'll LOVE this, if you've never tried the "window" technique ~

WHAT a great way to get a leg up on CHRISTMAS cards, 
or in my case, MORE western themed cards!  

Yee Haw!  

Hope to see you soon!

Supplies - 

C/S - Stampin' Up!
D/P - October Afternoon
Stamps - Waltzing Mouse, Inkadinkadoo, PSX
Ink - Stampin' Up!
Buttons - Buttons Galore & More
Embroidery Floss - Yaley


LeAnne said...

OMGoodness, this is wonderful! The window technique makes an already-beautiful image even more special!

Lynn said...

I need to go watch Toy Story :) that is what that sentiment reminds me off! And the Elise! Love your take on the challenge!

Jinny Newlin said...

This is such a great technique, Elise, and you've really rocked it! LOVE your little trio of buttons, too, and that fabulous, primary, color combo! Yum!

Marisa said...

This is fabulous, Elise!! Great image and card using the technique :)

Carol L said...

ohhhh, that awesome horse caught my eye and I had to come over for a closer look! I LOVE the window card with that great image, and who doesn't love buttons?! How ya been girlie? It's been a while - hope all is well on your side of the country :)

Lisa Kind said...

This is so perfect for this technique Elise! I love that image and the papers! Those buttons are fabulous too!