Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Attaching Window Sheets

On Tuesday night, I had my downline meeting and we played with the Printed Window Sheets. We had such a great time and for those who could not attend - we certainly missed you!

When I look at a group of projects that I create, sometimes I have one favorite that just grabs me. We did four projects on Tuesday night and I had a hard time picking a favorite. I decided that I should share this project with you first because I learned a great tip!

As you can see, I stamped the Word Image from the On Your Birthday stamp set onto the printed window sheet. It was really easy to line this up because I put the window sheet on my grid paper, then lined up the words on the grid paper using my Stamp-A-Ma-Jig. That was cool!! But wait, there's more. I stamped the words using Jet Black Staz On and guess what - one of those blasted backs from a Dimensional got on my stamp, so when I stamped the image, it globbed! What to do? Vicki says - get Stazon Cleaner, that will work! Well, it did and it also removed the printed part off the window sheet! Okay, what next. Lori pipes up -- turn the window sheet over and use that side! That way if you mess it up, you can just use the Staz On Cleaner, it won't remove the printed part and you can do it again! A revelation for sure!!!! So, I stamped in on the back and it worked out perfectly! Remember that when you do stamp on the window sheets, you want to use Staz On ink! xdcEDDD DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD DDDDDDDDddddddddd ddddd (I was going to delete that, but I didn't type it -- Dugan did! He's our new black kitten that +++++++++++++++++++ (there he goes again) thinks he can type whenever he wants!!!)

Okay, back to the project. We adhered this window sheet using the Clear Rhinestone Brads. I love the fact that they are sold separately! Brads are a great way to adhere your window sheets!

Have you noticed the DSP we used? It is from the Bella Bleu DSP package. It's sooo elegant and gorgeous! This is one of the first packages I bought back in January when the new catalog was released. This cardstock coordinates with Not Quite Navy, Very Vanilla and Kraft. If you looking for DSP that is not too bold and not too soft, this is .... just right (were you thinking of the story of the three bears when you read that??)

Tomorrow, I'll share another project that we did. I think you'll love it as much as I do! You can find the Printed Window Sheets on pg. 10 of the Occasions Mini and you get two sheets in each package! Here's the scoop!

I guarantee you won't be disappointed in this product!

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