Today Katya is going to share a window card project.
What you will need:
- scrapbooking papers
- central element (it could be a sentiment, chipboard, sticker or die cut)
Select a colour palette and cut out coordinating papers. I decided to go a bit non traditional and add a pop of colour, rather than going pastel and soft colours. Distress the edges of the paper with distress ink, I used Antique Linen.
Next step is optional- I always stitch around my cards and I always use zigzag stitch tsss… but I can’t stitch in a straight line so I use zigzag because it’s harder to mess up =)
Decorate inside of the card with some washi tape. Make sure the washi tape is not anywhere too close to the centre.
Place a die cut in the centre and secure it in place with washi tape to make sure it’s not moving anywhere. Make sure as well that you use a washi tape which easily comes off and doesn’t mark the papers. Mine pulled away a bit of the paper so I had to cover it up with other embellishments.
Place whatever is going to be your centre piece in the window. I am going to use a glittered chipboard sticker. I have put it on some foam tape.
Add a bouquet of raffia, twine and flowers. If using hot glue, don’t glue the bouquet too close to the window edge otherwise you will have glue spilling into the card.
We hope you liked this pretty window card.
Crafting Ireland Team