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June 18, 2021

Today I am sharing another version of my take on the Bay Window card. This time, I stamped across a Basic White panel using the images from the Mountain Air stamp set. I stamped the solid mountain image using Crumb Cake ink and added the detailed mountain image over the top using Early Espresso ink. I stamped the solid tree image across the bottom of the mountain images using Old Olive ink and added the detailed tree image using Mossy Meadow ink.

I used a blending brush to add Pool Party ink across the top of the mountain images and Old Olive ink below the tree images. I stamped the cloud image from the Mountain Air stamp set across the sky using Pool Party ink. I used Early Espresso card to create my card base and folded and scored all the panels. I cut up the Basic White card into panels to cover the four main panels on the front of the card.

I didn’t add an image panel to the small locking panel because it will be hidden most of the time. I stamped the greeting from the A Good Man stamp set onto the middle panel of the bay window using Early Espresso ink. To decorate the inside of the card, I attached a Basic White panel and then used Foam Adhesive Strips to attached the stamped panel to the right hand side of the Basic White card. You only add adhesive behind the right hand side of the image panel, so that you can slide the small panel on the front underneath to lock the bay window into position.

I really love the look of this card. Let me know what you think.

Bye for now,

Kris

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