I started by cutting two windows and using one as a template to draw lines on the card base with a pencil and cutting an opening with my kraft knife. I attached the Lacy Curtains to the backside of one of the windows, added mounting tape and attached over the opening on the inside of the card base. I attached the outside window flat over the opening so it wouldn’t interfere with the popped up fence. Using my mega mount I created the inside background using the Impression Obsession Tiny Flowers Cover a Card stamp.
I cut the violet using white cardstock and sponged with dusty concord distress ink. Using white with the purple ink allowed the tiny embossed veins in the flower to show. I formed the flowers and foliage using my stylus and mat and assembled them using glossy accents. I attached the Picket Fence under the window with mounting tape and attached the flowers with glossy accents. I created one extra set of flowers and added the single flowerheads along with some green flower heads to fill for a more natural flower line.
Check out my see thru window tutorial if you would like to see step by step photos of how I create my open window.
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Stamps: Impression Obsession Tiny Flowers CAC Paper: White, Lavender Lace, Olive Ink: Distress Ink Dusty Concord Accessories: Memory Box Blooming Violet, Poppystamps Lacy Curtains, Small Madison Arched Window, Picket Fence, Glossy Accents, Mounting Tape, Metal Adapter Plate, Paper Piercer, Stylus, Teflon Bone Folder, ATG, Big Shot, Glue Dots, Snips, Sponge Dauber, Mega Mount. Craft Knife