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Tip: Watch Shari create this card:

Suggested Materials:
Kraft paper (PS627), Snow Layering Paper (PS610), white embossing powder (PW110), VersaMark Ink (VC250) , acetate, White StazOn Ink (SJ250), Unicorn pigment ink (AF217), BasicGrey Kissing Booth patterned papers (PS662), Heart Frame Cuts (DI008), Eiffel Tower Frame Cuts (DI010), Heart Key (H5551), You & Me (CL567), Painted People Background (CG402), Pink Accent Pearls (CH171), white pen, corner rounder

Video: Frame Cuts
By Shari Carroll

Use Frame Cuts to create a window card. Watch the video at left to see Shari create this card.


Instructions:
  1. Cut a piece of Kraft paper and fold to create a card base.
  2. Stamp the background image with white pigment ink onto the Kraft piece.
  3. Cut a piece of Snow Layering Paper slightly smaller than the card. Temporarily attach inside the card.
  4. Die cut the front of the card using the Heart Frame Cut, cutting through both the Snow and Kraft paper layers.
  5. Cut another heart out of patterned paper and attach inside the card as shown.
  6. On a piece of acetate, stamp the Heart Key image with White StazOn ink. Attach inside the card between the Kraft and Snow pieces.
  7. Die cut small hearts out of patterned paper. Set aside.
  8. Stamp the messages with VersaMark or white pigment ink on a strip of patterned paper. Emboss with white embossing powder.
  9. Use the border die cut to cut two layers of patterned paper with different widths.
  10. Attach the greeting piece to the other layers and then attach to the card as shown. Trim the edges off.
  11. Attach the small hearts to the card.
  12. Embellish with Pearl Accents and add small hearts to card.
  13. Add stitched details with a white pen.