I started off by partially die cutting the Flower Shop window die in the center of the card base so that the window panes would be “open”.
Then, I stamped and Copic colored the flower box window and the girl holding a bouquet of flowers. After that, I die cut the images and began the process of building my scene.
To build the scene, I stenciled on some clouds with Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Ink. To give the illusion of grass, I blended Mowed Lawn Distress Oxide Ink onto the bottom of the card. Next, I stamped a sentiment from the same Flower Shop stamp set using Versafine Nocturne Ink.
Once all of my ink blending was dry, I glued my window and a few sequins to the center of the card design.
After completing the front of my card, I positioned the lady so that her face and her flowers were peeking through the window. I also blended Squeezed Lemonade Distress Oxide Ink around her to make her pop!
At this point I just wasn’t sold on this design yet. I went back to what Sabrina always says… “adding acetate takes your cards to the next level making them more professional looking”. I then die cut another window frame and adhered an acetate window onto it and then sandwiched it between the existing one! I love that the acetate makes it look like a glass window.
The video definitely explains this process in more detail. Feel free to watch it for additional tips and tricks on how to make see through window cards!
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