Monday, 13 June 2011

A table by the window please

Stamp the lady onto some dark cream card using black ink, and colour her in, on a piece of stone and brown card stamp the doorway in black ink, cut out the panels on the brown doorway only, now cut out around the door, on the solid line which is the top of the step, with a sharp knife cut across the top and bottom of the next line in, and down the centre of the door, score down the sides so they can be opened.

Cut away the inner door from the stone card, and glue the brown door onto the stone frame just above the step.

Place the lady behind what has now become a window, when this is dry cut out around the stone window frame.

I embossed some light gray card with a brick design, coloured this in using distress ink :- fired brick and vintage photo, trim this down to 17.5cm x 12.5cm, back this on to a piece of lilac card 18.5cm x13.5cm, now attach this centrally onto an A5 white card.

Attach the window to the top centre of the brick work, punch out some leaves and flowers to go up the sides of the window, add glitter glue to the flowers.

The black and white card was made the same way, only the position of the window was changed, and it only needs leaves and flowers up one side of the window, in the space under the window, you can put a backed greeting of your choice.

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