I loved her window card with the relaxing beach scene and the cute frame. I thought about some panels that I stamped but didn't like everything on them. Since I tend to save things for later, I had them in my file waiting to be used. Kim's card gave me the idea to die-cut a "window" to view a portion of the scene. I was able to cut a long and narrow rectangle opening with partial die-cutting at the top, and then realign the die to finish the cutting at the bottom. Sounds complicated but it is a great way to get custom sizes from your dies!
Changes: kept the outdoor scene but changed to mountains instead of beach, changed sentiment and used a banner, different stamps & colors, used rectangle opening on card front only. Glad to have used one of my previously stamped pieces and discover a creative way to use them.
Thanks Kim for sharing your wonderful cards with us and for inspiring mine today!
Date: Sunday, March 7, 2021 GMT Views: 837
Registered: February 19, 2011 Location: Fullerton, CA Posts: 9429
Sun, Mar 07, 2021 @ 7:07 PM
I don't know what you didn't like about the scene, because this panel looks great. I love this scenery since I'm more a mountain lake girl than a beach girl. Great colors too. I've seen others do that die trick to extend their dies. I have to say yours looks flawless. The stitching on the sides are perfectly spaced. Brava! Beautiful CASE of Kim's card.