MACM – Window Card

Hi all! Sorry for the late post tonight. Believe me, I wish it was sooner. I’m falling asleep in my computer chair while I wait for the video to export! LOL! Man, I need some major sleep…

Anyhow, today’s card came about because I wanted to create as actual window card, window sill and curtains and all. :) So, I decided to paper piece it. To make it quicker on myself, I used my Silhouette digital cutting machine. If you want to create a window card also, here are some helpful files:

Window Template (PDF for cutting out the pieces by hand) – .pdf file
Window Template (Digital Cutters) – .zip file with both .ai and .svg file formats of each piece

I also wanted to try out a sentiment that wraps around the edge of a card…

For the curtains and butterflies I used this paper pad from K & Co. The butterflies were punched with the following Martha punches: 3-in 1 Butterfly, Royal Butterfly.

Enjoy!

Watch video below | Watch at YouTube

Supplies
Solid Cardstock: Kraft and Old Olive (Stampin’ Up!)
Patterned Paper: Greenhouse paper pad (K & Co.)
Stamp Set: Thank You Sayings stamp set (Hero Arts)
Ink: Fluid Chalk ink in Chesnut Roan (Colorbox)
Punches: 3-in-1 Butterfly and Royal Butterfly punches (Martha Stewart Crafts); Corner Chomper (We R Memory Keepers)

 

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124 Comments
  1. Thank you so much for making such a beautifull card. I’m defenitely going to make my own card tomorow, this is something that I have to try. I’m always very inspired by your cards and also very happy with the free template that you are giving us. Thanks again, Kathleen.

  2. I love this! Especially wrapping the sentiment around the front, what a great idea!

  3. I think this is the first time I’ve seen a card and had to replicate it at that same moment :)
    Thank you so much for your generosity!
    Here’s my card-lift:

    paperella.typepad.co…

  4. Beautiful, thank you so much!

  5. This is so cute! I’ve been on a scene making kick too! It’s just so much FUN!

  6. What a BEAUTIFUL card! you did such a lively job! Enjoying all the detalils! thank you for sharing it with us! :)

  7. This card is beautiful, and something different, I can’t wait to have a try! Thanks for the template!
    I loved hearing your cat in the background too :)

  8. Fantastic card! So creative. thanks for sharing the template.

  9. The card turned out lovely. I liked the sentiment continuing onto the next page, something which I have done myself. Thanks for providing the template.

    Barb from Toronto, Canada

  10. oooooohhhh, pretty!!!

  11. Love this Card… downloaded the file but I can’t see it with my silhouette … please help me :D

    Regards Chantal

    • I didn’t make GSD files (what the Silhouette software uses) because I have a Mac and the Silhouette software only works on PCs. The only files there are SVG or AI.

  12. This is absolutely adorable and I can’t wait to try it… And thank you very much for creating a PDF template for the cut outs. Very generous of you!

  13. This is a very cute card and thank you for sharing the templates and all your other projects.

    Linda D.

  14. bellissima! mi piace tantissimo

  15. This is such a great and cheerful card and you are so generous to share your templates! Thanks for sharing your creativity in such great detail and loved the video!

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