I am coming down the home-stretch this weekend, going back to finish whichever challenges I have not completed. I don't have those lovely window die cuts so I wanted to create the same idea. In this case, you are inside (see the windowsill) looking out at the little girl swinging.
I stamped and colored the panel and then cut it into 4 equal squares. I sponged with crumb cake around each square. I used the woodgrain BG stamp to make the horizontal strip look like wood.
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Date: Saturday, November 3, 2012 GMT Views: 753
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Sun, Nov 04, 2012 @ 4:35 AM
There are SO many great things about this card. I love your window technique, and the window sill as the anchoring element as well as your wonderful coloring and sponging, along with your excellent choice of stamps.
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