I used balsa wood for my window and flower box die and then "stained" the wood with my SU! inks (More Mustard topped with Soft Suede to get a honey-colored wood). I used some of the new SU! washi tape for my yellow gingham shade (or topper). More dies for the leaves and flowers.
Registered: November 19, 2004 Location: Aurora, IL Posts: 10097
Wed, May 15, 2013 @ 6:44 AM
This card certainly is sweet as can be -- and, an excellent take on the photo inspiration to boot. Love the stained wood window and window box. Of course, I also love the yellow gingham window treatment, too. Polka dots and gingham -- can't go wrong with either one. TFS!
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Sat, May 18, 2013 @ 8:25 AM
Oh this is a favorite for me definitely. I just love these window dies and the darling scenes that can be created with them. And aren't you a clever gal for using Washi tape as your curtains *wink* That was a great idea Loll! Your CAS creations are just wonderful.