Wednesday 13 August 2014

Pretty window !!

Hello crafty people!!!
To continue my effort to use the basic dies and give them a new definition I m glad that I cud create this window card.
I am so excited to tell you that our store is full of beautiful intricate dies and they are just so amazing.Guys do check out the site to book yours.
There are wonderful dies which do the specific thing but we can also learn to use what we already have. After my scalloped circles flower tute I wanted to created something like this again.
So without wasting a second let's start the tute..

Step 1: I took a 11x 4.25 cm card folded at 5.5 cm. then with the spellbinders rectangle die created this window on one flap.

Step 2: this window frame was also created with the spellbinders rectangle dies.

Step 3: the planter was manually cut and I gave it few raised lines with the help of my score pal

Step 4: this cute awning was created with the help of spellbinders scalloped rectangle. Coloured it with the super luxurious memento lux dandelion ink pad.

Step 5: this super cool brick background panel was created with tim holtz embossing folders and memento inks.

Step 6: look all the layers are assembled
And what a pretty wall is created .

Step 7 :now begins the fun part...Stamping and that too with the most amazing inks in town ... 
Yes the MEMENTO LUXE inkpads are here at crafters corner ...
So hurry and grab yours 😊

Phew!!! It was a lot of pics and a lot if fussy cutting and here is what I finally created ...,
Hope u like it and give it a try:)
Front view

Side view


That's all for today ....
Enjoy the upcoming festivals and have a great day ahead !!

Tombow glue
farbiano brown card stock(stash)
white card stock (stash)
Memento - pear tart


  1. Such a great use of dies and oh that fussy cutting!! Simply awesome!! Now I'm totally tempted with memento luxe.

  2. wow.Wonderful project.I own that stamp and am was recently reading the review for Memento Luxe.Thanks for using those.The colours are a great.Did I mention how awesome the project is.:-).Love the idea and the brick texture is awesome.

  3. I loved the way u have done the cutting and di that stamping of leaves.....lovely.

  4. What a pretty project-- never used Memento Luxe and tempted seeing the brilliant colors you achieved with it

  5. Thanks ladies!!!
    I m so happy


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