Friday, November 9, 2012

Window Card

Here's another window card.  If you didn't see the one I made earlier this week, I have a video here.  I started with an A2 size card base (11" x 4 1/4", scored at 5 1/2") and cut a window out of it using the smaller of the My Creative Time's Just Tags dies.  I then cut my patterned paper at 4" x 5 1/4" and cut a window with the larger Just Tags die.  Before adhering the patterend paper to the card base, I added a rectangle of clear cardstock between them.  

I then cut some flowers using MCT's Flower Petal Dies.  Those fun turquoise centers are the 15 mm Dome Flowers from Liz's Paper Loft Boutique.  They make the perfect flower centers!  I adhered the flowers to the clear cardstock with a little bit of Scor-Tape.

On the inside I added a piece of white cardstock stamped with a sentiment from MCT's Bloom Where You are Planted, stamped in just the right spot to show through the window!

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  1. Katie ~ Oh my this is just BEAUTIFUL!!! I LOVE those flowers and their centers!!! The colors and papers are so PRETTY! You know I LOVE this window card idea and must try this soon!!! BEAUTIFUL as always!!! HAPPY, HAPPY Friday!! Yeah!!! Hope you have a wonderful one sweet friend!!

  2. I love this card! Purple is my favorite color and it so works with the amazing flowers! BTW...I featured your other window card on my blog today! Love the technique.


  3. Beautiful card. So often simple is not only faster but looks better too. I tend to think and put too much. I love this card.
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  4. You are SO making me want to make one of these. I love those flowers with Liz's little flowers in the middle and I have that paper pad too, what am I waiting for? This is BEAUTIFUL! Hugs- Glora

  5. Beautiful Card!!
    Have a wonderful weekend,

  6. katie, this is sooo cool with the window! I loved it with the clouds, but now with the flowers! outstanding!!!! thank you for the idea of the acrylic flowers in the center!!!

  7. so pretty, purple is one of my favorite colors


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