Thursday, October 18, 2012

Christmas Door and Winter Memories

 Hello Friends
   Did I told you that this week I running like a chicken with is head chop off..... well today finaly no appointments!!! Knocking on wood here. I will be able to stamp tonight :)
This lovely card was inspired to me from my little sweet friend Deb Valder. Yes yes i change many thing on it but she's the one that got me going on this. If you look close to my panel for the door I score all around to make the look of the extra trim. I love the way this turn out. Card stock are Very Vanilla and Early Espresso and the ink is Ealy Espresso and cheryy cobbler. Stamp set is Winter Memories page 19 in the Holiday catalog and Greeting of the Season on page 8 in the Holiday catalog. The handle for the door is from teh Antique brads package. Well this it for now and tomorrow is Showtime at Frenchie so make sure to stop by. Many send e-mail wanted the messurment for this lovely door soon I get home from work I will post it. Arround 4 PM mountain time. 
Update 3 PM 
Here the measurement the card itself I use a regular size 8-1/2 by 5-1/2 in very vanilla fold in half in the font of the card cut off a 3/4 strip.   All Layers are in early espresso first layer 3-1/2 by 5-1/2 glue to the front of the card now for the panels 4 of 1-1/2 by 2-1/2 I use the simply score toll and score all around at 1/4 inch to make the trim I sponge each panel with early espresso glue them to the card with dimensional. VOILA! Simple. Enjoy

France Martin
France Martin

It's me Frenchie with a little french accent living in the United States, that loves to create and share paper crafting. Hope I inspired you to create your own creation with paper. Thank you for stopping by. Come again soon!


  1. This is a spectacular card. That door looks real and I love the added trim. That brad is a perfect door knob.

  2. Oh Frenchie, your door panels are heavenly! thank you so much for showing us that we don't need fancy dies to make a wonderful door! Love it!

  3. Stunning! Looking forward to directions.


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