Hello everyone welcome to my blog. Today is Susan’s Garden Design Team second challenge. This month we have been challenged to use new Cottage Dies, Window & Flower Box, Doors etc. I have chosen Susan’s new release Square Window & Flower Box Die Set. On my card I used patterned paper that I had purchased (I am trying to use up some of my large paper stash) but how cool would it be to take a picture out your own window and print onto cardstock.
Here is how card was created.
- Card base is 5-1/2″ square. Cut white cardstock 5-1/2″ X 11″ score at 5-1/2″ fold on score line to for card base. This card is a tent fold although it could also be done as a side fold since it is a square card.
- Cut 5-1/4″ square of patterned paper adhere to card front using Clear Double Sided Adhesive.
- Die cut window from White Soft Finish Cardstock using Garden Notes Square Window die.
- Place window over scenic pattern paper to find view you want to show in your window then cut paper to fit behind window die cut. Attach window over scenic paper using Kids Choice Glue. Attach window to upper left side of card using Clear Double Sided Adhesive.
- Using die set Garden Notes Potted cut pot and saucer from terra cotta or burnt orange cardstock. Use white ink to give it an aged look by lightly swiping areas of pot. Lay pot and saucer right side down on Molding Mat using large ball tool from Susan’s 4pc Tool Kit rub back to give dimension. Using Kids Choice Glue around edges only adhere pot to lower right side of card front. Add saucer in same manner.
- Die cut 3 sunflowers from colored cardstock of your choice using Garden Notes Sunflower 2 die set. Using PanPastels Set 1 shade petals then shape and assemble using Kids Choice Glue. Cut several leaves from green cardstock shade and shape.
- Attach sunflowers and leaves at top of flowerpot using Kids Choice Glue.
- Stamp sentiment (this sentiment is from a brand new clear stamp set by Susan – Little Words That Mean A Lot CS061) in black ink.
Hope you have enjoyed this tutorial as much as I have enjoyed making it. Be sure to visit Elizabeth Craft Designs blog at this link for details on winning a prize and to see all the challenge designs for this month.
Until next time – Happy Crafting!