Dog Greeting Card

Today I’m sharing bright and cheerful dog greeting card scene with a window and window box full of flowers and a bright green shingled roof.  I had the window with drapes and wallpaper left over from my Home Sweet Home card posted last week.  The Arch Trellis is one of my favorite new dies by Rubbernecker and I created the scene around it using the Borders #2, Leaves and Greenery, Grass, Small Flowers 1, Small Butterflies and Puppies

 Click on the photo to see how I made this sweet dog greeting card using dies made by Rubbernecker.rch Trellis 6 center

The House Layer and Siding

  • Cut the blue house base layer 5.00″ x 3.75″ using blue cardstock.
  • Cut strips of white cardstock 3.75″ x .50.
  • Begin attaching the white strips of siding to the at the bottom of the house layer using double stick tape.  Let each layer overlap the layer below it.
  • Crimp a 1/4″ strip of white cardstock to use to top the siding and attach it using double stick tape.
  • Apply strips of mounting tape to the back of the house layer and attach it to the white card base.

Arch Trellis 4

The Roof

  • Cut a 3.75″ x 1.25″ strip of cardstock to use for the roof section.
  • Cut long green strips of cardstock .25″ wide and then cut them into .50″ sections. to use for shingles.
  • Adhere a strips of double stick tape to the bottom of the strip and begin attaching the shingles all the way across.
  • Continue attaching the shingles making sure to offset each row. trim the shingle ends sticking out past the roof layer to complete.
  • Set roof aside until the window is attached.

Arch Trellis 5

Arch Trellis 6

The Window, Wallpaper and blind

  • Cut the window  and border sections using white cardstock. 
  • Trim the white border sections to fit behind the window and crimp to add the appearance of blinds.
  • Attach the blind to the back of the window using double stick tape.
  • Use yellow polka dot designer paper to cut the lining for inside the window.  Note:  The paper is a retired pattern from Papertrey.
  • Apply strips of mounting tape to the back of the windows and attach the yellow linings. Set aside for assembling the scene.

The Window Box and Flowers

  • Hand cut a window box to fit the window using white cardstock
  • Cut several sections of foliage using green cardstock and cut small flowers using pink, purple and yellow cardstock.
  • Form the flowers using a small tipped stylus and molding pad.
  • Attach the foliage vines to the back of the window box using glossy accents and fill in a few sections to the front to complete the arrangement.
  • Attach the small flowers to the foliage using glossy accents.  Note:  I used my revere tweezers to pick up and attach the tiny flowers.

Arch Trellis Window 1

Arch Trellis Window 2

Arch Trellis Window 3

Color the Dogs

  • Cut the dogs using white cardstock.
  • Use a dark brown marker to color the ears, tails, feet and nose for the middle dog.
  • Color the left dog all over using a dark brown marker and color the ears, nose and feet using a black marker.
  • Use the black marker to completely cover the dog on the right.

Click on the picture to see how I made this sweet dog greeting card using dies made by Rubbernecker.rch Trellis 6 center

Assemble the Scene

  • Apply double stick tape to the back of the window and attach it to the card base.
  • Cut one section of grass and attach it to the bottom of the scene using two layers of mounting tape.
  • Apply a single layer strip of mounting tape to the back top portion of the roof and three layers of mounting tape on the back bottom portion of the roof.  Attach the roof to the top of the scene.
  • Attach the window box full of flowers to the window using double stick tape.
  • Apply pieces of mounting tape to the back of each dog and attach them to the scene base. 
  • Finish by attaching the small butterflies using glossy accents.

Click through to see how I made this sweet dog greeting card using dies made by Rubbernecker.

I hope you enjoyed seeing my dog greeting card scene.  I think the dogs look so cute playing under and around the box of flowers even though they are slightly hidden.  Here is a link to another fun card that I made with both dogs and cats.  Such fun! Thank you for coming by and I hope you are staying home and staying safe and sound.

Here are the dies used for my card.

 
5307-01D Arch Trellis Die
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Puppies Die Cut 5142-08D
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5309-04D Leaves and Greenery Die
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5210-04D Small Flowers #1
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5160-02D Boarders #2
[ RBB ]
Tabed Grass Set Die Cut 5152-03D
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Small Butterflies Die 5147-08D
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Here are the tools and supplies used.

 
Bazzill COTTON CANDY Card Shoppe…
[ SSS ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Sour…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Sour…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Easter…
[ ELH ]
Solar White Heavyweight 110 lb – 25…
[ ELH ]
Tonic Nuvo Crystal Drops, Gloss White
[ ELH ]
Sizzix Making Tool – Paper Sculpting Kit
[ SZZ ]
Amazon.com: McGill Paper Blossoms…
[ AMZUS ]
COPIC Sketch Marker 100, Black
[ ELH ]
E47 – Dark Brown, COPIC Sketch Marker
[ ELH ]
Mini Glossy Accents, Ranger Accents
[ ELH ]
Scotch Foam Mounting Tape
[ ELH ]
Fiskars 01-005452 Recycled Bypass…
[ AMZUS ]
ATG Kit, Advanced Tape Glider
[ ELH ]
Teflon Bone Folder, Essentials by Ellen
[ ELH ]
Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board 12×12
[ ELH ]
Crossover II Fabric & Paper Cutting…
[ RBB ]
 

Making the dog greeting card scene was so much fun.

How to Make a Window with Flowers

My project today shows how to make a large window with flowers using the Rubbernecker Window with Double Stitch.  This die is so versatile and can be used to frame small images, sentiments, etc.  The rectangle negative pieces left are stitched as well and are perfect to use for layering.  Check out this link to all the different ways I have put the window to use.  I paired the window with the Macrame Planters, Tall Terracotta Pots, Borders #2, Leaves and Greenery, Small Flowers #1 and Small Flowers #3.

Using a window with flowers on a card front has become so popular. Come over to my blog to see how I made this scene using dies by Rubbernecker.

The Card Base and Siding

  • Cut a 5.50″ x 4.25″ piece of blue cardstock and attach it to the white card base.
  • Use white cardstock to cut several 4.25″ x 5..50″ strips.
  • Start at the bottom of the card base and attach the siding strips to the card base using ATG adhesive, overlapping each layer as you work your way up.

The Window

  • Cut the window frame using white cardstock.
  • Use white cardstock to cut four sections of the Borders #2 to use as drapes. 
  • Cut a piece o designer paper to use inside the window opening.
  • Apply strips mounting tape all the way around the back of the window.
  • Cut the four borders to fit each of the windows and attach them to the mounting tape.  Note:  The border die sections are a little too short to create a full length drape. I used four to piece them together. Attaching the drapes to mounting tape created distance between the window and drapers.
  • Attach a second layer of mounting tape to the back of the window and drapes and attach the designer paper section.
  • Apply ATG adhesive to the back of the window and attach it to the card base.

 

Using a window with flowers on a card front has become so popular. Come over to my blog to see how I made this window scene using dies by Rubbernecker.

The Macrame Planter and Flower Pots

  • Use white cardstock to cut the macrame hanger and yellow cardstock to cut the flower pots.
  • Color the flower pots using Mango and Pumpkin inks from the Color Fuse Set #2 and a mini applicator.
  • Cut the foliage using green cardstock and the small flowers using purple, yellow and pink cardstock.
  • Form all the small flowers using a small tipped stylus and molding pad.
  • Apply glossy accents to the back of the macrame hanger and attach it to the coordinating flower pot.
  • Attach the long vine pieces to the macrame planter suing glossy accents. Cover the vines with purple flowers and attach with glossy accents.
  • Attach foliage to the back of both flower pots using glossy accents.  Cover the foliage with flowers and attach with glossy accents.
  • Apply small dots of glossy accents in the flower centers and attach small pre made white Nuvo Crystal Drops.
  • Attach the macrame planter and flower pots to the window using pieces of mounting tape.

Using a window with flowers on a card front has become so popular. Click on the picture to see how I made this scene using dies by Rubbernecker.

I hope you enjoyed seeing this window with flowers card.  Do you have dies that can be used in different ways?  I would suggest you take a look at your die stash and see if you can come up with.  I have used this particular window die and the rectangle pieces in several ways over the last couple of years. You might be surprised.  You can find more window cards with flowers inspiration on this Pinterest link. Thank you for coming by today and I hope you are staying safe and sound at home.

 
Window w/ Double Stitch 5148-03D
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5160-02D Boarders #2
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5309-03D Macrame Planters Die
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Tall Terracotta Pot Die Cut 5147-16D
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5309-04D Leaves and Greenery Die
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5309-09D Small Flowers #3
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5210-04D Small Flowers #1
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Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Sour…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Icy…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Sour…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill COTTON CANDY Card Shoppe…
[ SSS ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Easter…
[ ELH ]
Solar White Heavyweight 110 lb – 25…
[ ELH ]
Color Fuse Set #2
[ RBB ]
Mini Applicators, 12 pk, PanPastel Sofft
[ ELH ]
Tonic Nuvo Crystal Drops, Gloss White
[ ELH ]
Sizzix Making Tool – Paper Sculpting Kit
[ SZZ ]
Amazon.com: McGill Paper Blossoms…
[ AMZUS ]
Mini Glossy Accents, Ranger Accents
[ ELH ]
Scotch Foam Mounting Tape
[ ELH ]
Fiskars 01-005452 Recycled Bypass…
[ AMZUS ]
ATG Kit, Advanced Tape Glider
[ ELH ]
Teflon Bone Folder, Essentials by Ellen
[ ELH ]
Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board 12×12
[ ELH ]
Crossover II Fabric & Paper Cutting…
[ RBB ]
Fiskars Paper Crimper, Straight
[ ELH ]
 

How to Make a Spring Flowers Card

I love making cards with spring flowers and my project today certainly announces that spring has finally arrived.  For this project I used the new Rubbernecker Arch Trellis as a window and covered it with foliage from the new Leaves and Greenery and Tiny Flower Buds.  The eyelet drapes behind the window was made using the Borders 2.  I attached the Tulip Tops to the the new Garden Stems and created a flower bed with strips of Grass along the front of the house.  My favorite thing about this card are the three Cats playing in the tulips and looking in the window.

There is nothing prettier than spring flowers popping up in the front yard and vining over the window.    Come over to see how  I made this spring scene.

The Card Base

  • Cut a  blue A2 sized card base.
  • Cut several 4.25 x .50″ pieces of white card stock.
  • Start at the bottom of the card base and attach the first strip of cardstock using ATG adhesive.
  • Continue attaching the strips up the card base to create the siding for the house.
  • Finish the top of the siding on each side with a 3/8″ strip of crimped cardstock and attach using double stick tape.

See Through Window

  • Cut an Arch Trellis using white cardstock..
  • Use the inner trellis openings as a template to draw cut lines on the card base.
  • Cut the window opening 1/8″ outside the template lines using a craft knife.  You may have to cut each section a couple of times to get through the layers of cardstock.
  • Apply thin strips of mounting tape to the back of the trellis and attach it over the opening.
  • Cut 2 1.00″  wide decorative drape sections using the Borders 2 die and run them through the crimper to add dimension.
  • Apply 1/8″ double stick tape around the inside window opening and attach the drapes leaving an opening to see through.
  • Apply strips of mounting tape to the back open window and drapes and attach a piece of decorative paper to show be hidn the drapes.

Spring flowers are popping up and the weather is beautiful.  Click thru to see how I made this pretty scene card.

Complete the Scene

  • Use green cardstock to cut the Leaves and Greenery, Garden Stems and Grass.
  • Use several pastel colors of cardstock to cut the Tulips and Tiny Flowers.
  • Attach foliage and tiny flowers to the top of the Arch Trellis using glossy accents.
  • Use ATG adhesive to attach the back grass layer to the card base and strip of mounting tape to attach the front grass section.
  • Attach the tulips to the garden stems using glossy accents.
  • Tuck the tulips in behind the front grass layer and attach using glossy accents.
  • Use white cardstock to cut the cats and color them using a black marker.
  • Finish the scene by attaching the cats in the tulips and on the window using pieces of mounting tape.

 

I love it when spring flowers start popping up everywhere.  Click thru to see how I made this pretty card.

Do you love making cards with spring flowers as much as I do?  Need some more inspiration?  Check out this Pinterest link to see lots of cards….maybe even some of mine. And, if the Pinterest link wasn’t enough you can check out lots of my spring flower cards here.  I sure do appreciate you for coming by and I hope you have a great day.

Here are the dies used for my project.

 
5307-01D Arch Trellis Die
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5309-04D Leaves and Greenery Die
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5309-08D Garden Stems Die
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Tulip Tops Die Cut 5147-18D
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5160-02D Boarders #2
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Tabed Grass Set Die Cut 5152-03D
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Cats Die Cut 5142-09D
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Tiny Flower Buds Die Cut 5147-10D
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Here are the tools and supplies that I used.

 
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Icy…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock,…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock,…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Sour…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Sour…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Easter…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill COTTON CANDY Card Shoppe…
[ SSS ]
Solar White Heavyweight 110 lb – 25…
[ ELH ]
Susan’s Garden Tool Kit, Elizabeth…
[ ELH ]
McGill Paper Blossoms Molding Mat-8.3…
[ AMZUS ]
Fiskars Paper Crimper, Straight
[ ELH ]
Mini Applicators, 12 pk, PanPastel Sofft
[ ELH ]
Mini Glossy Accents, Ranger Accents
[ ELH ]
Scotch Foam Mounting Tape
[ ELH ]
Fiskars 01-005452 Recycled Bypass…
[ AMZUS ]
ATG Kit, Advanced Tape Glider
[ ELH ]
Teflon Bone Folder, Essentials by Ellen
[ ELH ]
Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board 12×12
[ ELH ]
Crossover II Fabric & Paper Cutting…
[ RBB ]
COPIC Sketch Marker 100, Black
[ ELH ]
 

Do you love making cards with spring flowers?

Window Frame Die and Flower Vases

Creating a window frame die card is lots of fun.  All the different window frame shapes creates an interesting background that works with die cut images as well as stamped images.  It was fun to pick and choose the vase shapes that would work best in each window.  What would you put in each window?  You probably have tons of fun stuff in your craft stash to play with. 

For this project I used the Rubbernecker newly released Vases and Shelves, Leaves and Greenery, Garden Stems and Small Flowers #3 paired with Small Ivy, Tiny Flower Buds, Tulip TopsSmall Flowers #1, 7 Window w/Pierce Stitch and Kittie Says Phrases #1

It is fun to decorate a window frame die with lots of vases and flowers.  Come over to my blog and check out how I made this pretty card.

The Window Frame Die and Stamped Sentiment

  • Use white cardstock to cut the window frame.
  • Cut a slim strip of white cardstock to stamp the sentiment on.
  • Use black ink to stamp the sentiment on the white strips. 
  • Apply mounting tape to the back of the window frame sections.
  • Attach the sentiment strip to the mounting tape on the back of the window opening.  Note:  I knew it would be hard to get the sentiment stamped perfectly in place on the card base ti line up with the frame.  So I cheated and stamped it on the white strip and attached it to the mounting tape on the back of the frame.
  • Attach the window frame to the A2 sized white card base.

It is fun to decorate a window frame die with lots of vases and flowers.  Click thru to come over to my blog and check out how I made this pretty card.

The Flower Vases

  • Use pink, yellow and purple cardstock to cut out all the vases and flowers.  Note:  I like to work with three coordinating colors on projects like this.  Adding too many colors on a project can be distracting and take away from the beauty of the design.
  • Cut the foliage using green cardstock.
  • Use glossy accents to attach the foliage sections to the back of each frame.  It is fun to pick and choose the different foliage pieces to work with the different shaped vases.
  • Form the flowers using a small tipped stylus and molding pad. Assemble the layered flowers and attach together using glossy accents.
  • Attach all the flowers to the foliage using glossy accents.
  • Use mounting tape to attach all the vases to the card base.  Note:  I played with the vases and laid them out on the window frame to get the best design before attaching. 

I love to decorate a window frame die with lots of vases and flowers.  Come over to my blog and check out how I made this pretty card.

Rubbernecker has four different frames that supply creative dimensional backgrounds for cards.  I thought I would link some of my projects to show you fun ideas of how you can use different themes to create interesting cards with them.  Die Cut Frame, Window Card with Flowers, Christmas Shadow Box and Framed Die Cut Flower Bouquets. Each frame opening presents an opportunity to fill it with an interest scene or image.  You can find more inspiration on this Pinterest link.

I hope you have enjoyed seeing my window frame die cut and all the different vases of flowers. I’m sure you could come up with lots of ideas to create your own card.  I especially love the small window frame opening that allows for a short sentiment.  By the way….have you had the chance to check out my new all occasion “Kittie Says” Phrases #1 set?  I don’t use phrases on my card much but when I do I like them to be short and sweet.  I worked with Rubbernecker to create a set that works for all occasion. Thanks for coming by and I hope you have a relaxing Sunday.  Be careful out there! 

Here are the dies and stamp set that I used for my project.

 
5148-04D 7 window w/ pierce-stitch
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5309-05D Vases and Shelves Die
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5309-04D Leaves and Greenery Die
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5309-08D Garden Stems Die
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5309-09D Small Flowers #3
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5162-03D Small Ivy
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Tiny Flower Buds Die Cut 5147-10D
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5210-04D Small Flowers #1
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Tulip Tops Die Cut 5147-18D
[ RBB ]
3308 Kittie Says Phrases #1
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Here are the tools and supplies that I used.

 
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Sour…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Sour…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Easter…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill COTTON CANDY Card Shoppe…
[ SSS ]
Solar White Heavyweight 110 lb – 25…
[ ELH ]
VersaFine Clair Ink Pad, Nocturne
[ ELH ]
Susan’s Garden Tool Kit, Elizabeth…
[ ELH ]
McGill Paper Blossoms Molding Mat-8.3…
[ AMZUS ]
Mini Glossy Accents, Ranger Accents
[ ELH ]
Scotch Foam Mounting Tape
[ ELH ]
Fiskars 01-005452 Recycled Bypass…
[ AMZUS ]
ATG Kit, Advanced Tape Glider
[ ELH ]
Teflon Bone Folder, Essentials by Ellen
[ ELH ]
Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board 12×12
[ ELH ]
Crossover II Fabric & Paper Cutting…
[ RBB ]
 

I hope you have enjoyed seeing my window frame die cut and all the different vases of flowers

Z Fold Window Card

I love the spring feel of this z fold window card with the brightly colored papers, flowers and awnings and all the kitty cats.  I have been wanting to create a z fold card with a window or windows for a while but wasn’t quite sure how it would look.  When I first started I thought I would use only one window but ended up using four.  It looks like the outside of a house with it’s awning and fenced in yard.  I couldn’t resist using the beautiful designer paper in the background even though it doesn’t really look like the outside of a house.  LOL!

For this card I used the Rubbernecker Window 4 Pane, Borders #2, Grass, Tall Terracotta Pots, Picket Fence, Leaf Group, Beach Chairs, Flower Buds and Cats.

I love the spring feel of this z fold window card with the brightly colored paper, flowers and awnings. Click thru to see the step by step instructions.

The Z Fold Card Base and Box

  • Use the pre-scored Z Fold Box Card  kit to create the base.
  • Cut 2 2.5″ x 4.00″ designer paper layers  and one 5.25″ x 4.00″ layer and attach them to the card base using ATG adhesive.
  • Use white cardstock to cut the four windows and attach them to the card base using ATG adhesive.
  • Use bright pink cardstock to cut the awning layers and attach them to the windows using mounting tape.

Create the Box with Fence and Grass Layers

  • Cut an 11.00″ x 1.50″ grass layer using green cardstock. Note:  place the strip of green cardstock on the cutting platform, place the die at one end and run through the machine.  Place the die where the first die cut ended, line it up and run through the machine a second time.
  • Score the grass layer at 5.50″ and 8.25″.
  • Cut several sections of picket fence using white cardstock and attach them together using gloss accents.
  • Score the fence at 5.50″ and 8.25″.
  • Create a fence and grass layer 5.50″ wide, score at 2.75″ to fit on the inside two sections of the box and attach them to the card base using double stick tape.
  • Attach the grass layer to the fence layer using double stick tape.
  • Apply double stick tape on both ends of the back of the grass/fence layer and attach to the card base.
  • Cut four grass layers 3.75″ x 1.50″ and score at .50″ on each end.  Fold left side forward and the right side backwards.
  • Apply double stick tape to the folded tab ends of the grass inserts and attach them inside the box.

 

I love the spring look of this z fold window card with the brightly colored paper, flowers and awnings. Click thru to see the step by step instructions.

The Flower Pots and Garden Flowers

  • Use yellow cardstock to cut the terracotta pots and apply Wild Honey and Rusty Hinge ink using mini applicators.  Note:  The yellow cardstock shows through the ink and allows the lighter highlights of the pot to show to help create the terracotta appearance.
  • Cut the flowers using light and bright pink cardstock and the greenery using green cardstock.
  • Use snips to cut the branches off the leaf group foliage and attach them to the back of the flower pots using glossy accents.
  • Form the tiny flowers using a small tipped stylus and molding pad.
  • Attach the flowers to the flower pot foliage using glossy accents.
  • Tuck the pots in behind the fence sections and attach using pieces of mounting tape.
  • Create several additional branches with flowers and tuck them in behind the grass layers using glossy accents.

The Cats and Chair

  • Cut the cats using white cardstock.
  • Apply Antique Linen ink to the body of the cats using a mini applicator.
  • Use Vintage Photo ink and a mini applicator to add darker shading on the cats. 
  • Apply pieces of mounting tape to the back of the cats and attach them to the grass/fence layer and card base.
  • Finish the card by attaching one beach chair to a grass inside the fence using glossy accents.

I love this spring z fold window card with the brightly colored paper, flowers and awnings. Click thru to see the step by step instructions.

I hope you enjoyed seeing my z fold window card. Here is a Pinterest link to more z fold window card inspiration.  Check out my Z Fold Category if you would like to see my cards with all different themes.  I think there are 15 in that category now.  Can you tell how much I love making them!  You will be seeing more coming over the next couple of months as I am working to create new cards for Rubbernecker to show off in their display at the Scrapbook Expo shows.  If you are attending a show this year be sure and visit the Rubbernecker booth.  Thanks for coming by today and I hope you have a great Sunday.

Here are links to the dies I used for this card.

 
5157D window 4 pane
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Picket Fence Die Cut 5152-01D
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Tabed Grass Set Die Cut 5152-03D
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5159D beach chairs
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5160-02D Boarders #2
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Tall Terracotta Pot Die Cut 5147-16D
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Leaf Group die 5118D
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Flower Buds Die Cut 5147-09D
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Cats Die Cut 5142-09D
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Here are the tools and supplies.

 
The Paper Cut: Z Fold Box Card Kit…
[ THP ]
Carta Bella Paper – Botanical Garden…
[ SBC ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Easter…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Sour…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Candy…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill COTTON CANDY Card Shoppe…
[ SSS ]
Solar White Heavyweight 110 lb – 25…
[ ELH ]
Vintage Photo, Ranger Distress Ink Pad
[ ELH ]
Antique Linen, Ranger Distress Ink Pad
[ ELH ]
Wild Honey, Ranger Distress Ink Pad
[ ELH ]
Rusty Hinge, Ranger Distress Ink Pad
[ ELH ]
Susan’s Garden Tool Kit, Elizabeth…
[ ELH ]
McGill Paper Blossoms Molding Mat-8.3…
[ AMZUS ]
Mini Applicators, 12 pk, PanPastel Sofft
[ ELH ]
Mini Glossy Accents, Ranger Accents
[ ELH ]
Tonic Nuvo Crystal Drops, Gloss White
[ ELH ]
Scotch Foam Mounting Tape
[ ELH ]
Fiskars 01-005452 Recycled Bypass…
[ AMZUS ]
ATG Kit, Advanced Tape Glider
[ ELH ]
Teflon Bone Folder, Essentials by Ellen
[ ELH ]
Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board 12×12
[ ELH ]
Crossover II Fabric & Paper Cutting…
[ RBB ]
 

IIT’s fun to make a z fold window card.

Some of My Favorite Window Cards

It is no secret that I love making window cards and thought it would be fun to do a review to share some of my favorites.  It is so fun to create a cozy, inviting scene on a card front that draws the eye in.  I hope you enjoy seeing the cards again.  You can click on the photos to be taken straight back to the original post with the step by step instructions and links to all the products I used for each project. 

Come see how I made this pretty see through window card with flowers using new Rubbernecker dies.

Come see how I made this pretty clean and simple die cut window and flower pots card.

Come see how I made this die cut fall tree and window card.

Come over to my my blog to see how I made this christmas tree window card.

 

Come see how I made this layered Christmas tree card.

If you need more window cards inspiration you can check out this Pinterest link.  Thanks for coming by and I hope you have a wonderful weekend.