Linda Harrison is back to share a fun window card that she recently completed.

Here is what she did:

For this card, I created a “window” by making the front of the card first. I used the square shapes for the QuicKutz Revolution to create a cardstock-matted frame from patterned paper. Once I created the frame, I cut some flowers out of a sheet of Piggy Tales patterned paper and adhered them to the back of the inside of the frame so that they showed through from the front. I then glued some white Doodlebug paper frills to the front outside of the frame to create a scalloped edge. Finally, I die-cut the sentiment, outlined it in pen, and finished it with rhinestones. I then used Scotch by 3M Pop-Up Foam Squares on the back of the flowers (and the frame) to adhere to the front of my card. Finally, I cut a sheet of patterned paper just smaller than my card front.

by Linda Harrison

Here’s a close up of Linda’s card: