Tuesday, November 6, 2012

MCT Show Me Your Technique Mini-Hop


It's "Show Me Your Technique" with My Creative Time today, and Liz, Micia, and I have some fun tutorials for you!  I've made window cards before, but I was inspired by a post on Nichole Heady's blog to make one using layered dies.  The My Creative Time Just Tags Dies were perfect for making my window, and the Fly Away with Me dies made the perfect accents!  To see how I put this together, you can watch the video below:




Here's a closer look at the hot air balloon from Fly Away with Me.  I used some of my favorite Simple Stories papers, which Emma is selling in her store (see the links at the bottom of this post)!


I just love the cloud dies, also from Fly Away with Me!


Here's what the card looks like on the inside.  It kind of looks like the sentiment is stamped on the clear window, but that's just a reflection.

Now, be sure to visit Liz and Micia's blogs to see their fabulous tutorials!


Katie (YOU ARE HERE)

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31 comments:

  1. This is a beautiful card. Love how you positioned the balloon so that it looks like it is moving. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  2. I love how you fixed your "oops". I dont know how many cards I have thrown away and started over because I didn't get everything centered!!

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  3. Katie, this is adorable!!! I will def be doing a window card like this. Thanks for sharing...I always learn something new from everyone!

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  4. katie! oh my goodness, this is soooo cute! I love your "fix" that is a great border punch too!

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  5. I love that you showed your "oops" in the video. It is nice to see how to fix mistakes. I too usually get frustrated and usually throw it away and start over. I love your card.

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  6. Fantabulous video! I love your cutie window card...and for the record...that lil' uneven bit would have driven me nuts too! LOL

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  7. This is so neat!! I don't have the same supplies, but I think I will try with Spellbinders.

    Just for the record, I am the same as you.....I would have to put the punch there two or the spacing would have driven me nuts!!! Good to know I'm not the only one :)

    Thanks for sharing your creativity,
    Bridget
    Crazycatladycraft.blogspot.com

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  8. I am in love with your window card. I have to get that tag die now. Great idea with the strip on white and it looks awesome.
    Kerry

    mommakcrafts.blogspot.com

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  9. So pretty...love the window and the paper! Lee-Ann :)

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  10. Love seeing how there are no oopsies in crafting...just a bit of misdirection! Thanks for the reminder about these window cards.

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  11. Great job. thanks for the turtoial. I want to try a window card for my xmas cards. TFS --C

    christinescreativecards@gmail.com
    christinescreativecards.blogspot.com

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  12. This is great!!!! A technique in a technique - fixing oopsies AND making a window. I love that edge punch you used to fix it too. :) Super cute card!

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  13. What an awesome card. I love it.

    Be blessed, Beckie
    Stampin' Up Ind Demo
    http://justbcreativecrazy.blogspot.com

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  14. The Bumpy Roads border is perfect to go with the clouds. Great video showing how you lined up the window. Love the blue and red...perfect.
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  15. Woww... so much detail on your video! Loved it! My favorite part...
    the making of the layered windows. Great Work Katie!
    Many Sweet Creations...
    www.sweetdelightspapernmore.blogspot.com

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  16. WOW what a beautiful card and the video was an extra treat! Great job my friend! Remember there is no mistakes in paper crafting!

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  17. What a beautiful card! I love this idea of using the dies to make a window frame-great way to get even more use of our dies! Great video Katie! Thanks!!

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  18. This came out Beautifully. I love window cards, but sadly haven't tried them. I'm inspired now. TFS, Smooches...

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  19. Such a beautiful card and what a great way to use the tag die. Love how you used that strip on the folded edge.

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  20. I just love to paper piece, so this is right up my alley! Thanks so much for sharing this card technique. Fabulous.

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  21. katie,

    You are so talented. Thank you for sharing your talent w/us.

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  22. LOVE LOVE this one.. but i love all of your creations.. hugs

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  23. lovely card, great technique, those clouds rock :)

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  24. Hi Katie,AWESOME job with your great Technique video!your card is just BEAUTIFUL and Thank you for sharing,I TOTALLY LOVE it my friend!!!:)

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  25. love love love this!! I need to get some clear card stock so i can make this too! thanks for sharing!

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  26. Love your card Katie!
    Thank you for the inspiration!
    Hugs,
    Linda K.

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  27. FABULOUS!!!! I absolutely LOVE this. Your video was terrific too! Hugs- Glora

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  28. Great job! And LOVE the video too! I agree about the cloud dies....one of my favs too :)

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  29. Katie ~ OMG!! AWESOME tutorial!! I LOVED how you did this card!!! Well I must try this for sure!! I LOVE the idea of the window and acetate!!! You know I LOVE the stamps, dies and paper but the concept ~ TOTALLY LOVE!! Okay you totally CRACKED me up with the type A personality comment!! Thank You for doing the video too!!!

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  30. Loved your technique, thank you for sharing:)

    Peace, Love, & Cricut Hugs!
    Monica L.

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