Saturday, March 16, 2013

Chirpy with a Window Card Tutorial

Good morning, Steph here.  I can't believe how early Easter is this year, and so it's crunch time to get those last minute Easter cards created.  

Today, I have a tutorial on creating a window card. 

I started by creating a 5 1/2" square card from Wausau Index Green Cardstock.  Then I cut a sheet of paper from Webster's Pages Ladies & Gents, Trendsetters Paper Pad slightly smaller than the card and adhered it to the card base. 

Tape the 4th largest Spellbinders Labels Eighteen die to the center of the card front. 

Unfold the card and run it through your die cut machine.  Because of the additional layer involved, you may need to add a shim to get the perfect cut.

Tape the Spellbinders Fancy Tag to the Wausau cardstock and stamp a sentiment from the JustRite Hugs & Kisses Stamp set inside before die cutting. 

Stamp and color Stampavie's Chirpy image and color with assorted Copic Markers.  I added some glitter to the dots on the Easter egg with a Sakura Gelly Roll Pen. 
Once colored, I used the largest Spellbinders Labels Eighteen die and cut out Chirpy.  I then centered the image through the window and adhered it to the card.

I added the sentiment to the card front with Joy Foam Adhesives along the edges so it would stand apart from the image.

Happy Easter!

So cute, Steph!  Thanks!!

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Thanks for stopping by!!!  Until next time...

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