Renata’s Clever Window Card

Renata joins us today to share a beautiful card with a clever window detail!

Renata used Distress Oxide ink in Wilted Violet, Blueprint Sketch and Chipped Sapphire to blend the sky on the card front. She splattered on some water to create a light bokeh effect.

Next, Renata cut a panel from the front leaving 1 1/4″ on each side creating two flaps. She blended the Distress Oxide ink adding Lucky Clover and Cracked Pistachio on two white cardstock panels cut with Simple Grassy Borders; one shorter one for the front and a taller one for the inside. She stamped the sentiment on the short one then glued it to the flaps.

Renata stamped the images from Upon a Star, A Bug Deal, Oh Gnome and Fairy Friends with Jet Black ink. Then she colored them with Copic markers. She adhered the images from A Bug Deal to the flaps. And then she tucked the flowers and mushroom in the grassy hillside.

Renata used another white panel to white heat-emboss the stars and constellations from Upon a Star. Then she blended more of the Distress Oxide ink, this time making the color deeper. The white embossed stars resist the ink making them pop!

She adhered the panel inside the card, attached the taller grassy hillside and added the Upon a Star foxes!

This card is so adorable! Thank you for sharing with us today, Renata!

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8 thoughts on “Renata’s Clever Window Card

  1. I love the different idea for the card Renata used. It’s always so much much to see neww creative ways to make a card. Really pretty night sky. 🦊

  2. Great card – Love how it works and the whole scene. Had to read it twice to understand how to make this card.

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