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Through the Window Pane

I made some more "Window Pane" cards. These cards feature the Forever Greenery Designer Series Paper and Forever Fern Stamp Set. I love how they turned out, and I love the people they were sent to. What a lovely sentiment of friendship from the Forever Fern Stamp Set. Be sure to check out the other sentiments in the set. They're fabulous too.

Forever Fern Stamp Set & Forever Greenery Designer Series Paper by Stampin' Up!
Forever Fern Stamp Set & Forever Greenery Designer Series Paper by Stampin' Up!

To see more examples and to learn how to create "Window Pane" cards, click here. This previous blog post has a video tutorial.

 

Stampin' Up! supplies used in today's cards - Click on any link below to be directed to my online store for easy ordering.

 

Thanks for reading today's blog post. I hope the rest of your day is filled with lots of things that make you smile.

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Mary Skow

Mary,
I have a quick question about the above card. What are the dimensions for the DSP strip you used? I love how you used DSP on this set of cards.
Blessings,
Mary Skow

Mary Knabe

Mary, the DSP is 2 3/4" x 4". I then cut it at 1 3/8" on the long side. Then I cut 1 of the 1 3/8" x 4" strips at at 2 3/4" on long end and the other I cut 1 1/4" on the long end. In the comments in the post above, you'll see "click here" in red letters. If you click on that, I have a video demonstration of making this layout as well as other examples of cards with this layout. You may find the video helpful. Thanks for asking your question. I appreciate your interest in my work.

Mary Knabe

Mary Skow, I believe the DSP Strip is 1 1/2" wide on each of the cards. (I mailed out all of these cards, so don't have in front of me to measure so am not 100% sure.)

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