Radiant Stained Glass Window Card

Radiant Stained Glass Window Card

Make your next handmade greeting card positively stunning with the Radiant Stained Glass Window Card tutorial. This beautiful homemade card can be used for Easter, Christenings, First Communions, or any other occasion that warrants a beautiful stained glass design. Use acetate sheets, embossing powder, and alcohol ink markers to create a true window effect. The ribbon embellishment is a fantastic finishing touch. For a truly unique DIY card, be sure to check out this tutorial.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueColoring

Project or Page SizeCard


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Wowza! Wowza! Wowza! This card is lovely! It's not often that you see someone celebrating the architecture of the church. It seems it was rather difficult to do but I'd say from the way it turned out well worth the time and effort. I love the color palette against the whiteness of the card stock and clear embossing powder sets the entire window off! Thanks for sharing this with us!!!

I really like hints that are different. Not just run of the mill stuff, so you know I love his idea. I have everything I need because I make jewelry and sometimes use polymer clay, so you know I have embossing powder. This is so fry pretty and as was mentioned, I can see it as a First Communion, Confirmation or even a sympathy card.


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