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Stained Glass Card

By: Michele Kovack from Thoughts of a Cardmaking Scrapbooker

Get creative with paper crafts by making this Stained Glass Card. You can create a stained glass window effect by stamping on an acetate sheet. This beautiful handmade card is a wonderful way to show someone you care.

Stained Glass Card


  • Card stock - white and green
  • Crafty Secret's Floral Vines stamp set
  • Papertrey Ink impression's template
  • Black ink - Memento and StazOn 
  • Sheet of acetate
  • Glue


  1. Stamp image on white card stock using black Memento ink.

    Stained Glass Card
  2. Stamp image again on acetate sheet. Use black StazOn ink.

    Stained Glass Card
  3. Use Spellbinder's dies to create a window. I used artist's tape to line it up and hold it in place.

    Stained Glass Card
  4. Here is what your "window" will look like.

    Stained Glass Card
  5. Spread a thin layer of glue on the back of your "window." Adhere the acetate sheet to the back. Trim off excess acetate.

    Stained Glass Card
  6. Apply dimensional circles to the back of the acetate.

     Stained Glass Card
  7. Attach window/acetate to white card stock. This is what it looks like from the side.

    Stained Glass Card
  8. Your window is complete! Now all you have to do is color it in, add your own message and embellishments!

    Stained Glass Card

    Stained Glass Card


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