Rubbernecker Stamps October die release. For this project I used the 7 Window w/ Pierce. Beach Chairs, Small Ivy, Tall Terracotta Pots, Tiny Flower Buds, Small Birds, Grass and Best Friends.Good Wednesday morning. I have a cheerful die cut window frame card to share with you today using several new dies from the
The Frame, Grass and Sentiment
- Cut the frame using Marshmallow Chick cardstock.
- Cut the grass sections using Easter Grass cardstock,
- Apply double stick tape to the back of the lower windows and the top right window.
- Trim off the grass sections and attach to the back of the windows.
- Apply thin strips of mounting tape all the way around the window frame and to the cross sections of the frame.
- Stamp the sentiment on a strip of white cardstock using Onyx Black Versafine and heat emboss with clear embossing powder.
- Trim the sentiment strip to fit behind the middle window and attach to the mounting tape.
- Attach the frame to the card base.
The Flowers, Ivy, Chair and Birds
- Cut two sections of the tiny flower buds using yellow cardstock.
- Cut one sections of the tiny flower buds using aqua cardstock.
- Apply Wild Honey ink to the center of all the tiny flower buds using a mini applicator.
- Form the tiny flowers using a tiny tipped stylus and molding pad.
- Cut several sections of the small ivy.
- Cut the chair and birds using aqua cardstock.
The Pots, Flowers and Ivy
- Cut the flower pots using yellow cardstock.
- Apply Wild Honey ink to the pots using a mini applicator.
- Apply Rusty Hinge and Vintage Photo ink to the pots to fill and shade to create the appearance of terracotta.
- Attach sections of ivy to the back of the flower pots using glossy accents.
- Fill in the flower pot arrangements by attaching tiny flower buds to the ivy using glossy accents.
- Tuck the flower pots i behind the grass sections and attach with mounting tape.
- Tuck the chair in behind the grass section and attach with pieces of mounting tape.
- Trim pieces of ivy and attach tiny flower buds using glossy accents.
- Attach ivy flower sections to the remaining open windows using glossy accents.
- Finish by attaching birds to the card using tiny pieces of mounting tape.
I couldn’t resist adding this fun birthday card to my post. I used the same color combination as my first card along with the new Circle Background with Stitch, Nested Rectangle Scallop with Holes, Nested Rectangle with Rounded Corners and Best Friends.
The Circle Background and Sentiment
- Cut the circle background once with white, blue, yellow and green.
- Turn the white circle background face down.
- Fill in the white circle background by mixing and matching the colorful circles, placing them face down in the circle openings and attach with double stick tape.
- Cut the blue scallop background and attach it to the back of the circle background using double stick tape.
- Attach the completed circle background with scalloped layer to the card base using mounting tape.
- Stamp the sentiment using Onyx Black versafine, heat emboss with clear embossing powder and attach to the circle base using mounting tape.
I had so much fun creating these die cut window frame cards. The possibilities are endless. Be sure and hop over to Rubbernecker Stamps to check out the new October die release section. All dies and stamps are on sale and free shipping on orders over $50. I sure do appreciate you coming by and I hope you have a great day.
VERY NICE, Kittie!!! Your first card reminds me of a Shadow Box & is SO INTERESTING with the different windows & elements you’ve used! 😉 Your second card with the dots is FUN & CREATIVE TOO & is PERFECT for a Birthday Celebration!!! SUPER JOB!!!!!!!!! 😉
This is so pretty! I love how you have brought the little birds and some of the flowers out front of the frame. The bubble one is so cheerful!
Thank you for sharing your lovely work! 🙂
So cute….a real surprise card…with all those windows