Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Window Card


  • Cream color cover stock from Staples, cut in half and folder to an A2 size (4.25 x 5.50 inches)
  • My Mind's Eye - Breeze collection for base layer and inside window panel.
  • Hand trimmed out faux curtains from same pattern paper as the back of window
  • Grand Madison Window die from Poppy Stamps cut with American Crafts white card stock
  • Grand Flower Box die from Poppy Stamps cut with American Crafts white card stock
  • Wild Orchid Crafts 2-Tone Mixed Roses in 20mm & 10mm
  • The video below is the recording from USTREAM of the step by step


  1. so lovely . Natasha!Loving it!

  2. What a wonderful card! That die cut.... is to die for!!! Thanks for sharing. Interestingly, I made a window card yesterday before your vid posted.....NOTHING as elegant and wonderful as yours!

  3. Thanks for sharing your card. Lots of great ideas. I have the small window die, window box and shutters. These can all fit on a standard A2 card. When I made a card, I cut the window twice, and also cut my card base with the window die. So, you could have one window on the outside, and one on the inside. When you open the card, you have the inside. That way the front of your card wouldn't be so heavy like you said. Hope I have explained this so you know what I mean.

    1. Shelley,
      Great idea! I was thinking of using this die to make a shaker card, now only to find the time to play in my studio!
      :) Natasha


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