So I had the glass for my window. What to put behind the window? I decided on flowers and after looking through my floral stamps; I decided to got With this beautiful image Tulips Image. After water coloring it.Tip: after I am done water coloring I stamped ever the image again to bring back those lines that you could see now and bring more definition to the petals. then, came the frame which I created with my paper cater and also square dies. I new that I wanted to use vellum around the frame to soften the edge kind of like curtains do.
I felt this card was meant be a Mother's Day Card. The card base for this card is made from water color canvas paper. I love the texture of it.
I wanted to make this a big card, an A7size card (about 5 by 7 inches) so making the window was a little tricky since open was to big to through my cuttle bug to create the window in the card base, and I wanted the card base to be one piece of card stock. Then I figured that I could still run it through by folding it with the texture side folded in and placing my die as if I am making a window in the inside panel of the card. I hope that you understand what I am saying : ) before assembling the window I stamped the sentiment. I doubled the foam tape to to made the window have a bit of a shadow box look. and lastly I adhered a gray piece of card stock to the inside panel so that when the card is close there is a bit of color contrast.
I love how this card turned and I am so happy that I finally got use that window glass that I created years ago.
Happy Friday friends! I hope that you all have an amazing weekend.