Anna-Karin This card works so well on so many levels. It is so well designed and executed. The curtained open window makes me WANT to see what's inside. And I can almost smell the flowers on the breeze thru the window. TFS
love all the wonderful little details!
very cool scene, love all your touches!
Anna-Karin, this is fantastically put together. I really love the curtain you created with the sticky back canvas. A cleaver idea! TFS
P.S. I also love the canvas "curtains" inside the window! So clever! :-)
Hi, Anna-Karin! What a darling scene you've created! I love the flowers in the window! And in the vase! Sooooo cute! Would definitely warm my heart! :-)
Project - Open window card
posted 03/25/11 at 01:03 PM
Galleries: Stamping, Cardmaking
This card is for Play Date Café Challenge #74 and for Card Patterns sketch #107 (which I flipped on its side). I was inspired by the PDCC photo to use a window stamp and to create a small scene around it. The window was stamped and then watercoloured with Adirondack Stonewashed. I cut one of the windows open (like on the inspiration photo). The curtain was made with sticky-backed canvas and the same blue ink. I placed two small flowers on the windowsill and adhered the window with foam tape. The three flowers in the bucket were misted with homemade glimmer mists (pearl and purple). The white cardstock was embossed with a brick folder. TFL!!
Supplies: Crafty Individuals window stamp; Stampelboden bucket stamp; Hero Arts sentiment stamp (Find Joy CL497); Tim Holtz Sizzix brick folder; Fiskars border punch; BG patterned paper; Adirondack Stonewashed ink and Versafine Onyx Black; Kaisercraft pearls; paper flowers.
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