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Fall Themed Pattern Paper Center Picture Window Card

Hi everyone! For this card I was inspired by the beautiful fall pattern paper and the adorable trees from Lawn Fawn. I just love the fall colors and the cute punny sentiment.

For this card I really wanted to show case the pattern paper and the trees. The Center Picture Window design was perfect for the idea I had in mind. For the ones interested, I made the video below so you can easily follow how I created this fall themed card. If you like watching my video’s, subscribe to my channel and not miss a thing. If you are looking for more inspiration for using the Center Picture Window die, make sure to check out my other blog posts and the interactive playlist on YouTube.

To create the card, I stamped the trees and a bunch of leaves from the Tree Before ‘n After stamp set on Neenah Solar white cardstock and colored them with my copic markers. Most of the card was mainly die cutting the elements from Fall Fling and Spiffy Speckles paper and paper piecing it all together. This is just perfect when you want to create a fairly easy Center Picture Window card. For assembly in a seamless way, check out the video for tips.

I hope you like this card and it gave you inspiration for the new Lawn Fawn release. Thanks for stopping by and see you next time!

Supplies used:

The stores are: Amazon US [AMZ US], Scrapbook.com [S US], Craftstash UK [CS UK], Cloud9 Crafts [C9 NL]

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Yeti it’s Cold Outside! Center Picture with Snowboarding Yeti’s

Hi everyone! This new Yeti or Not stamp set from Lawn Fawn is so adorable! I snowboard myself so I really love this set. It is not only perfect for creating cute Christmas cards, but birthday cards as well. Especially when you love snowboarding!

It has been a while since I’ve created a Center Picture Window card. For this card, I pulled it out again since it would allow me to make an awesome scene. Make sure to check out my video on my youtube channel which shows all the copic coloring and card assembly. If you like watching my video’s, don’t forget to subscribe.

If you are looking for more inspiration for using the Center Picture Window die, make sure to check out my other blog posts and the interactive playlist on Youtube.

I hope you like this card and it gave you inspiration for the new Lawn Fawn release. Thanks for stopping by and see you next time!

Supplies used:

The stores are: Amazon US [AMZ US], Scrapbook.com [S US], Craftstash UK [CS UK], Cloud9 Crafts [C9 NL]

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How To | Center Picture Window Card from Lawn Fawn

Hi Everyone! I had so much fun previously with the Center Picture Window Card that I decided to make another card with it. For this card as well I gave the original design a twist: I’m not using the rounded center window, and I placed the wooden log in such a way that the frogs face you.

Check out my video below in which I explain how I did everything. And don’t forgot to subscribe to my channel if you don’t want to miss any video’s.

In my other video with the Center Picture Window die I also showed a bit how I had done it. But in this video I’m taking more time to explain everything.

I hope the video was helpful to you and the card gave you inspiration.

Supplies used:

The stores are: Amazon US [AMZ US], Scrapbook.com [S US], Craftstash UK [CS UK], Cloud9 Crafts [C9 NL]

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Card | Fluttering by… with the Center Picture Window die

Hi Everyone! When I saw the new summer release of Lawn Fawn I was so excited! One of the things I just had to have was the center picture window die. As soon as I could, I got my hands on it and created this beautiful card in combination with the Butterfly Kisses stamp set.

One of the things I love about the window card is that it is so versatile: you can use it with stamps you already have, and you can be creative with the layout like I did!

Now let’s dive in the card making process. For the assembly of the card I advise you to watch the youtube video as it is much easier to show how it works in a video than in writing.

I stamped all the images with VersaFine Onyx Black ink on Strathmore paper and colored them with my Mijello Mission Gold watercolors. Since I wanted to use the Spring Fling paper, I choose coordinating colors: blue, yellow, green, and pink. For the background of the scene, I ink blended Distress Ink Tumbled Glass over an MFT cloud stencil.

After the coloring, it was time for a lot of die cutting. I die cut all the images and elements for the center picture window card. For the center of the card I decided I did not want the standard oval shape, but I wanted it to be open. That is why I die cut 3 pieces of grass for the base. For the sentiment I used the wavy banners set.

With the net the fox is holding I combined the stamped image with a die cut net from vellum. Behind the vellum I glued a butterfly. Now it looks as if the fox has caught it!

Now all the little pieces for the card where done and it was assembly time! I adhered all the background pieces with double sided tape, the sentiment with foam tape, and the images with tacky glue.

And that finishes the card! I had so much fun creating it and can’t wait for another round. I hope you liked it and it gave you inspiration!

Supplies used:

The stores are: Amazon US [AMZ US], Scrapbook.com [S US], Craftstash UK [CS UK], Cloud9 Crafts [C9 NL]

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