Tuesday, July 7, 2015

"New" Product Tuesday: Ombre Window Card featuring Sizzix Windows Framelits

Hello everyone!

Hope you're having a fantastic summer and enjoyed some cool fireworks over the weekend.  Today I've made a simple square card featuring the Sizzix Windows Framelits & Stamps set by Stephanie Barnard.  This set is awesome!  It comes with 14 stamps each with coordinating dies along with three window dies: the outer frame, the inner grid and a single square.  You can make window cards, quilts,  and even just cut tons of squares for other craft projects!  The possibilities are endless.


  • Card Base: 4.25"W x 8.5"H, scored at 4.25" mark
  • White card stock for the window frame
  • Ombre patterned paper - I'm using My Mind's Eye Adorbs "Story" paper, but you can easily make your own using distress inks
  • Sizzix Windows Framelits & Stamps
  • Copic Markers
    • Pink Flower & Lady Bug: R23, R25, R55
    • Yellow Flower & Bees: YR21, Y08, Y15
    • Aqua Flower & Ant: BG10, BG23, BG15
    • Green Flower & Butterfly: YG21, YG25, YG17
  • Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
  • Adhesive Tape Runner
  • Foam Adhesive
  • Stamps all the images you want to use on copic-friendly paper using Memento Tuxedo Black Ink. Color with Copic Markers. Die cut using coordinating dies.
  • Die Cut the Window Frame from white card stock.  You'll need to use both the interior grid frame and the outside rectangle frame to make the window frame.  The window grid that comes with this set is a 3 window x 4 window rectangle grid.  To make a square card, simply trim off the bottom row of windows using a craft knife.
  • Die cut the squares from the patterned paper.
  • Arrange the squares in order from light to dark and adhere them to the window holes.
  • Add the images on each square using foam adhesive.
I loved the look of the pink squares alone as well, so I made two more note cards without any stamping.  These would make great everyday note cards to send to friends.  

Thanks for reading and stay tuned for some more fun posts.  I have a video coming up next week!

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