Thursday, April 14, 2016

{Spotlight Project} Create a Window with Deepti!

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Hello friends! Deepti here and welcome to another spotlight feature. Today I am sharing how to create a window as a part of sentiment. I used two stamp club sets, Born to Roam (April/May 2016) and Sketchy Alphabet (February/March 2016) for my project. So, here's a look at the finished card. 

Step 1 - I started out by adhering a patterned paper with a nautical theme on my card base. I was lucky to have just the right paper ;) you can always choose stripes for a nautical card :)

Step 2 - Next I arranged the stamps and dies on the card to see where I would want my window.

Step 3 - I then cut out the window and marked the circle guideline on the inside of the card. I then stamped the ship on the inside. 

Step 4 - I stamped the alphabets on patterned paper, fuzzy cut these and adhered them on the card base to make my sentiment AHOY, I also added acetate on the window. Finally I colored the Ship with Prisma color pencils :)

Here's a close-up of the finished card :) 

That finishes my spotlight feature :) I hope you enjoyed it and will give this a try. Happy paper crafting!

If you were inspired by Deepti's card, hook your project up at our Spotlight Project Showcase for a chance to win a $15 gift certificate (random drawing) OR your choice of 5x7 stamp set + a Spotlight Project guest designer spot (randomly drawn from the Top 3 picks).

Stamps Deepti used in today's project:


  1. This is really cool. I love how you used the O in the wording and to put your image in. Great card!

  2. Oh this is so clever. Great card, fabulous colours and those stamps are great....thank you for the inspiration.

  3. This Awesome card Deepti !! Fab combination of stamp n pp :)

  4. What a fabulous masculine card - love it, and thanks for the inspiration.

  5. What a cool masculine card! Love it, Deepti!

  6. Wow, this is awesome. Thanks so much for the ideas:)


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