A frame can really make your card stand out and OH BOY! have I got a treat for you!
I've created 3 very different cards using the same frame, shared the 'how to's' and given you the link to make some yourself with Cricut Design Space.
I love how easy these window cards were to make. During a 5 for 5 session (check out the events page for more info on that) a friend and I wanted to make something a little different. She spotted some window cards on Pinterest and we got creating.
Using circle thin cuts for the windows and scalpel and metal ruler for precision cutting the cassette tape out and acetate for the window, we ended up making these cards cute cards.
Quick share of an eclipse card I made for... can you guess who?
Made using the CTMH Block Alphabet and Doily Wishes stamp set. After stamping the Doily wishes with Heather Ink I daubered the doily sections with blue, pink and green.
Star cards are all the rage right now and I've finally jumped on the bandwagon and had a play making these cards too. If you haven't tried making one yet I recommend it. They're so easy to make and look amazing.
My first attempt at making a star card was for a friends 40th Birthday and it didn't quite fit in the envelope. Lesson learned and the second attempt was made to fit inside a C5 envelope.
You can find the complete instructions on how to make these gorgeous cards here.
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I've been crafting for as long as I can remember. My father was a printer, bookbinder and finisher so we always had access to plenty of paper and learned the... (...read more)