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Thursday, January 11, 2018

{Spotlight Project} Cornelia Makes A One Layer Window Card




Hi, Cornelia here today, making a simple one layer window card.


My stamp supplies:

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Lets make this card:


I took a 11 x 4 1/4 inch piece of card stock and scored it in the center to get an A2 card. Centered my square die on it, which will make my window and secured it with Washi. Ran it through my Big Shot.


Left the die cut square in place (secured with Washi on the back) and randomly stamped some flowers.


Did some more stamping, until I liked the result.


Popped out the square and now I have a window. I folded the card and lightly marked with pencil on the inside where I wanted my sentiment to go and then stamped it right there. Erased my pencil marks.


 The possibilities with this type of card are endless! Wanna give it a try?

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8 comments:

  1. Gorgeous one layer window floral card, Cornelia. Sure brightened my wet and windy day:-) TFS your photos and detailed description for your wonderful technique. I have this beautiful floral stamp set and coordinating die cuts. Hmmmm! TFS my friend. Hugs

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  2. This is so beautiful and love all the very vibrant colors.

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  3. I love this technique, so cheerful and bright colors with pretty design!

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  4. That’s such a great technique ! Thanks for sharing !

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  5. Love the vibrant colours and the window effect is gorgeous x

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