Jul 07 2013

Regarding Dahlias Peek-A-Boo Window Card

Regarding Dahlias Peek-A-Boo Window Card


This card was created using products that were still out on my work table waiting to be put away. I guess it’s kind of like having leftovers for dinner, isn’t it?

I am having lots of fun playing with the Squares Collection framelits and decided that a peek-a-boo window card would be fun. And I still had the Regarding Dahlias stamp set, white embossing powder and the Regals Candy Dots on my desk so all I had to fetch for this card was the Island Indigo Baker’s Twine

I stamped the image onto Island Indigo cardstock and embossed in white. I cut a window into the Whisper White cardstock and used the next size up for the stamped image. The image was adhered behind the frame with stampin’ dimensionals.

I added the Gingham Garden designer series paper to the card and assembled the pieces. I struggled a bit about whether or not to add a greeting to the front but decided the card didn’t need it and added it inside. Did I make the right decision? Would you have added a greeting to this card? 



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4 comments so far

4 Responses to “Regarding Dahlias Peek-A-Boo Window Card”

  1. Too Kind Layered Circles Cardon 09 Jul 2013 at 10:58 pm

    […] oh why is cardmaking so straightforward one day and so challenging the next. The last card I made took maybe 10 minutes and looks exactly as I pictured it in my head. This card, not so […]

  2. […] it first.  I went to my Pinterest boards for inspiration for the other two cards.  It came from Dreaming about Rubber Stamps.  These are my take on that […]

  3. Julie Blakeon 15 Nov 2014 at 11:26 pm

    This card is stunning. I think you were right to leave off the sentiment. I often think a sentient is unnecessary on the front – it would sometimes clash with everything else. Julie

  4. […] card by Darlene McCallum photo courtesy of Dreaming about Rubber Stamps […]

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