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Saturday, February 26, 2011

Charming Card with Windowpane

It's kind of a lazy Saturday here, so I thought I would try to make one more LNS challenge card.  I was messing around with how to make an inside panel using the Framed Tulips embossing folder.  Sharon Field has a great tutorial on her blog (Click Here) on how to use the folder with different sized card stock.  I think the tricky part is setting the windowpane.  I find that once I get it lined up, that's the time to "strategically" tuck and hide mini-glue dots underneath the windowpane.  I stamped the flower image on a piece of white c/s and then used the Scallop Rectangle Clearlit to cut it out.  It's hard to tell, but I cut out the butterfly and secured it on top of the windowpane with a mini-glue dot.  Have a good weekend everyone; I'm going to go relax and read a book on my Kindle...........
Stamps: Charming
Inks: Early Espresso
Markers: Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive
Papers: Whisper White, Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso
Accessories: Big Shot, Scallop Rectangle Clearlits, Framed Tulip EF, Antique Brad, CAD, Beveled Windowpane, Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding Ribbon, Sponge, Scissors, Mini-Glue Dots, Dimensionals

6 comments:

Kathy said...

Hi there -I saw your card over on SUDSOL and I was in awe , this card is perfect ! I am a very new demonstrator and still trying to get the groove on :-) But this card is beautiful . Then I was browsing your blog and decided I just love your style

inkedx2 said...

This is so beautiful Eileen! Love how you had all the layers.

Robbie

Annie C said...

Absolutely stunning card!

Debbie Martin said...

That is charming. Thanks for the tip on cutting out the background. Love it!
www.cleverandcute.blogspot.com

Tiffany Bauer said...

Love this!! So pretty and stunning and the best use of the window panes I have seen!! I will be featuring this card on My Crafty Picks #6 on 3-6-11. If you wish to decline please email me at trbauer@insightbb.com

Take care

Dee Tollaksen said...

Eileen, congrats on being chosen for LNS Blog Finds. Lovely card, as usual.