Bubble Over Clear Card Designs: How to Use a Window Sheet Card Base

Looking for a fun card layout idea? Let me teach you how to make a clear base card – using the Stampin’ Up! window sheets as your folded card material. This see-through card is always a winner, featuring the Bubble Over stamp set for my January Stamps in the Mail Club kit!

There are some definite tips and tricks for making the layers work together, so be sure to watch the video tutorial for details.

Can’t see the video correctly?  No problem, click here to view it directly on YouTube.  Don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel while you’re there!

There’s still time to order your own Stamps in the Mail Club Kit.  You’ll make this card plus three more projects from the January Bubble Over series.  Learn more about Stamps in the Mail Club and making these projects yourself.

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3 thoughts on “Bubble Over Clear Card Designs: How to Use a Window Sheet Card Base”

  1. Hi Meg,

    Love this card, wasn’t sure about this stamp/die bundle initially when the Spring/Summer Catalogue came out but it is growing on me the more designs I see that other crafters have created. It is a great one for the males in our family and group of friends so I probably will put it on my next order. :o)

  2. Hi Meg,

    I looked over this set over and over again in the catalogue but now through your video tutorials on You Tube I am beginning to really, really love what can be done with it. It may have to join my next Wish List or even join the next order! :O)

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