HomeArticlesStained Glass Window Cards Stained Glass Window Cards By Harry Baker March 8, 2020 Articles, Blog 72 Comments Related Posts Theatre Arts – Technical Production Rishtay Biktay Hain Episode 23 | 12th Nov 2019 | ARY Digital Drama [Subtitle Eng] Why Do Narcissists Create Drama at the Worst Possible Times? EveningTV About Author admin 72 Comments Sharon Allison March 5, 2020 Beautiful cards. Your ideas never fail to inspire me, you are a very talented, clever lady!!! Reply Zarah McIntosh March 5, 2020 So awesome. Reply Kathy Ferguson March 5, 2020 Jennifer, I love everything you do. I have learned so much watching your videos. I'll be trying this technique at Easter. Thanks for sharing your talent with us. Reply Lynn O March 5, 2020 Love! Love! Love! Reply Ninjamom 4 March 5, 2020 ❤️❤️❤️ Reply Mercè Soto Codines March 5, 2020 They are excellent and wonderful techniques for a beautiful cards. THANKS! Reply Helen Standing March 5, 2020 Beautiful cards! Reply Terri L March 5, 2020 You blow my mind with just about every video with the creative ideas you come up with. I always have such a hard time trying to come up with a card design and here you are just cranking out all these ingenious ideas!! I can't say enough how thankful I am that you are so generous to share these ideas and techniques with all of us! Reply Mimi Lisa March 5, 2020 Beautiful cards and a new technique! Thank you for the time you spend putting these together and sharing them with us. Don’t you just love SSS’s flower dies? I just think they’re beautiful! Reply Sandra Cocoon March 5, 2020 Sublimes ces cartes ! Bravo ! 😉 Reply Joyann Butcher March 5, 2020 Fabulous cards! This technique is just what I was looking for to try. Thanks for sharing your ideas. Reply Deborah Northover March 5, 2020 Wonderful cards Reply Joni Stoneking March 5, 2020 Gorgeous cards, Jennifer. Great inspiration to try something totally different. Thank you! Reply moeboe2 aka Maureen D. White March 5, 2020 So clever. Love them all. 💜 Reply Kandy&Kyle March 5, 2020 I'm going to try this this weekend! It looks beautiful Reply Deborah Northover March 5, 2020 Wonderful cards Reply Garnet Withers March 5, 2020 Your cards are beautiful. Reply Julie Gawthorpe March 5, 2020 Jennifer these are absolutely amazing, you are the most creative person I know. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and ideas. Reply Avigail Meir March 5, 2020 Even if you post a new video twice a day it will not be enough. You are the best ever. Thank you for being the person that you are and for caring so much for your subscribers. Reply Sarah P March 5, 2020 Sooooooooooooooo gorgeous!!! 😍😍😍 Thank you for teaching us! ❤️ Reply Renee VanEpps March 5, 2020 These are such beautiful cards you've made, and I really love the technique 🙂 These new flower dies from Simon are so gorgeous! Reply Top2tow March 5, 2020 You are the best!! xxxx Reply Colleen Howell March 5, 2020 love these Reply TheSunshineCrafter Kelly Fusco March 5, 2020 Love this look!🌞💕 Reply Kaboom Gal March 5, 2020 I love how you pull inspiration from everything around you. Pure and beautiful as are all of these cards. Reply Darla Toman March 5, 2020 I love your work. Very beautiful.. thanks for sharing.. Reply theresa calderini March 5, 2020 I think stained glass is one of my favorites!! Love the new releases. Just placed my order! Reply Pamella Albright March 5, 2020 These cards are so beautiful! Thanks for sharing your talents and these techniques. I have a few dies that I will try this with 😊 Reply Laura Buehler March 5, 2020 I have several birthday cards to make for April birthdays, so I think I will modify your technique and use it for at least one of those cards. Reply FLCraftyGirl March 5, 2020 I just can’t get over how amazing you are! Lovely cards, beautiful techniques. You’re inspirational. Reply Teresa Doyle March 5, 2020 Simply stunning cards. Reply CraftyKazzaH March 5, 2020 Jennifer! They're all gorgeous! You're so clever! tfs! Reply donna sherman March 5, 2020 Jennifer, I LOVE how you did these cards!!! God has really gifted you with a talent in making cards that is such a blessing to all of us who follow your videos! And I love the creativity and inspiration with each card!!!! THANK YOU for sharing with all of us! Hugs Reply Dianne Froman March 5, 2020 ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL! Reply Jean Westackroyd March 5, 2020 Beautiful cards Jennifer. Thankyou for sharing this stained-glass technique. Reply Gwen Simmons March 5, 2020 Thanks for sharing these cards and techniques, Jenn! ✨👍🏾 Reply Vera Fernandes March 5, 2020 Stunning designs, you are my cardspiration! Reply Tracy Martin March 5, 2020 Jennifer, you are the 'but wait, there is more' of card making. I love these cards!!! TFS Reply Kim Carlisle March 5, 2020 I love this technique with the alcohol markers and acetate. I had done a similar (though not as clean and 3D like yours) method with die cuts and lots of different colors of Nuvo drops and Gelly Roll Glaze pens too. This is so wonderful for this time of year! Blessings to you. Reply Judy Jones March 5, 2020 💖💖💖💖💖 Reply Crafty Ana March 5, 2020 Wow!! Absolutely gorgeous! The cross was definitely my favorite!! Reply Karen Reeves March 5, 2020 I love how you did the stained glass for these cards. They are all so beautiful. I really enjoy watching & learning new techniques from you. Thank you Reply Robbin Beverly March 5, 2020 Thanks for the inspiration, as always another useful technique. Reply Dawn Both-Kim March 5, 2020 These are all amazing!!! Reply Debbie Bonner March 5, 2020 Jennifer, thank you so much for sharing your awesome cards with us, these are wonderful. Reply Kay Boone March 5, 2020 These are absolutely gorgeous—thank you Reply Jeanne Beam March 5, 2020 Beautiful cards! Thanks so much for sharing… Reply Wanda Radler March 5, 2020 Wow – these are amazing! I love it and am going to give it a try!! Reply Valerie Breingan March 5, 2020 Im in love with the cross Jen.Thank you for sharing. Reply Linda Ruschmeyer March 5, 2020 Great cards and your instructions are always great. TFS Reply Louisa Mochizuki March 5, 2020 Wow Jennifer! You out did yourself yet again. You're always taking your designs to another level. Thank you for sharing your creativity 😍 Reply Vickie Lightsey March 5, 2020 I really like this technique. I will try it using alcohol ink on the acetate as see how it works. Reply Mary Lou Rosado March 5, 2020 Gorgeous 😍Jennifer, you're awesome! 🤩. Thank you 😊😇🌷 Reply Anna Javier March 5, 2020 Jennifer your work is so good and inspires me to think outside the box ,thanks so much for posting Reply Deb Chambers March 5, 2020 Wow! You ALWAYS impress me Jennifer! You ALWAYS lift me up! And you ALWAYS brighten my day! Thank you for your efforts. May God bless you and your family. Reply Dianna Raney March 5, 2020 Beautiful cards. Thanks you Reply Deb Galloway March 5, 2020 Daffodils and crocuses are 2 of my favorite flowers, and your cards just make them sing. I'm feeling a bit blue today, and watching your videos makes me happier. Thankyou for all you do, you truly make the world brighter. Reply Susan Valle March 5, 2020 Jennifer I don't know how you think of these things. Such an amazing technique. You are amazing Reply 1tinac March 5, 2020 Wow these are all beautiful. Fabulous tutorial. Thanks for sharing. Reply Ramona Gaston March 5, 2020 You are a crafting engineer! Beautiful! Can’t wait to try. Reply Joanne Hoffmann March 5, 2020 100% A+ etc. etc…WOWZERS! Creative inspiration GALORE! LOVE these cards and that technique!! You are BLESSING! Reply TerryP26 Theresa March 5, 2020 Wow! You put so much into a card and anyone who gets a card from you should be honored. Thank you and God bless for sharing such inspiration. Reply Bev Pallen Belbin March 5, 2020 Wish you had a LOVE button! You are amazing and your cards are stunning. You make it all look so easy that I am going to give it a try. Wish me luck. Not sure they will turn out but I have to try. Thanks for all your tips, techniques and talent. Have a great day and thank you so much Jennifer for sharing. Reply Judy Hosch March 5, 2020 WOW ! Reply aj groome March 5, 2020 I love your channel! You inspire me to get my place in order so I can get back to card making.You have great ideas.Great voice for videos.And I love how you support other YouTubers Reply aj groome March 5, 2020 OMG I swore no more buying dies. But I love crocus almost as much as daffodils.Thank you for dabbing tip Reply Liz Montoya March 5, 2020 I am blown away every time I see you layer intricate dies, I think why can't it be that easy for me. You always get it perfect! Love yours cards. Reply Lorraine W March 5, 2020 Fabulous techniques! Reply Mary Roe March 5, 2020 Hi Jennifer. Signs of spring and renewal given through your masterful artistry, as always.This tutorial is a testament that with faith, hope springs eternal. TFS. Love the "stained-glass" cross. Blessings 💙 Reply Beth Hansen March 5, 2020 You have really outdone yourself this time!!! I absolutely LOVE this process – this technique creates cards that are works of "he"art – the look of stained glass is so appropriate for Easter. I can also see doing this type at Halloween for Jack-o-lantern cards and at Christmas for tree and stocking cards. I can't wait to try my hand. You are always an inspiration! Thank you!! Reply Beth Hansen March 5, 2020 Just saw one of my larger butterfly dies that I want to do this with…. Reply Anna Knobloch March 5, 2020 Beautiful cards, as always. I love the effects! Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. 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