Hello, Altenew friends! This is Virginia here. I am delighted to share TWO textured window card designs using one embossing folder today. I am using Window Slats 3D Embossing Folder as my example. The textures on this embossing folder offer so much potential for window scene cards. No matter what style or themes you prefer, you can totally make it your own.
Creating the Window with Embossing Folder
First of all, let's start with the framework. The following are the 3 key steps to create a textured window frame. As you can see both cards are different in themes, however, the steps to create a frame are the same.
- Trim the frame: Die cut the white card stock with a shape die, such as Mix and Match Frames Die.
- Create a shape for the focal point: I used two types of shape die for the “window” (Nesting Frames Die and Fine Frames Squares Die).
- Add textures: dry emboss the frame with Window Slats 3D Embossing Folder.
For the daffodil (Craft-a Flower-Daffodil Layering Die) card, I used Gel Printing Soft Wash Paper Pad to create the various shades of petals and leaves. This was really easy to do once you figure out the shades and depth.
For the sentiment, I die cut “HI” with Mighty Alphabet Die out of Glitter Card Stock -Gilded.The Pocketful of Sunshine Enamel Dots make the perfect embellishments.If you own the Cat Life Stamp Set, you already know how much fun it is to use it. Here's another window design to spark your creativity.
The window slats were lightly inked with Vanilla Cream. The Detailed Blending Brushes are really handy for inking up the edges. For the “night sky”, I applied a piece of Watercolor Nebula Wide Washi Tape and added droplets of glitter.
I adhered the cats and window frame with Washi Tape. I then added Instant Dimension Foam Tape all over the backside and popped it up.How do you like the textured window ideas? I hope today's post inspires you to create your window scene cards using Altenew embossing folders. Thank you for stopping by!