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Window Box Die Card Video Tutorial

 

Do you have any small scraps of Stampin' Up! designer paper?  You just need 3"x3" scraps for these pretty floral cards featuring the Window Box Thinlit die!!!

Let me show you how to make these cards in my video tutorial below!

 

Floral Cards featuring Stampin' UP! Window Box thinlit dies and 3x3 scraps of designer paper.  Free Video Tutorial from Patty Bennett

 

Please enjoy my short Video Tutorial to see how easy these beautiful floral cards are to create!

 

 

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 Watch the video above for lots of ideas using this technique.   Below I am showcasing cards using the Falling in Love designer paper from the 2017 Stampin' UP! Occasions catalog (pg 51, #142788).

 

Floral Cards featuring Stampin' UP! Window Box thinlit dies and 3x3 scraps of Falling in Love designer paper.  Free Video Tutorial from Patty Bennett

 

As you heard in the video, all you need is a 3"x3" scrap of designer paper to put behind the die cut opening from the Window Box thinlit die.  You can cut your die cut pieces really any size you wish.. I believe mine are 3-3/4" square in these cards, then layered onto 4" square paper and then onto 4-1/4" cards.

 

Floral Card featuring Stampin' UP! Window Box thinlit dies and 3x3 scraps of Falling in Love designer paper.  Free Video Tutorial from Patty Bennett

I've speckled the cards with my Blushing Bride marker and Clear Wink of Stella pen.

 

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Floral card featuring Stampin' UP! Window Box thinlit die and Falling in Love designer paper.  Free video tutorial by Patty Bennett

 

These cards also feature stamped greetings from the So in Love stamp set (pg 52 Occasions catalog), and the Falling in Love embellishments on page 51. 

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Which Designer Paper will YOU use for YOUR cards!?

 

How To Video tutorial:  make easy floral cards with Stampin' Up! Window Box thinlit die and 3x3 scraps of designer paper. By Patty Bennett

 

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Comments

Tonya Denton

I just watched your video! What a wonderful idea and use of DSP to create these cards!! Love 'em Patty! There is truly so much you can do with the Window Box Thinlits! TFS!

Deepa M.

Those cards are gorgeous Patty! I l love how you actually showed us what the different DSP patterns look like behind the diecut window in the video - it was really neat to see how the various papers give a totally different feel. I just got my dies in the mail, so I'm excited to try this myself! :)

Aileen

Great video on using the small dies for cards. As you know this bundle is on my wish list. Now I MUST order it today. Thank you for sharing this idea with us.

Mary Ann Ely

Good afternoon Patty, I absolutely LOVED your video. I LOVE your cards and I'm sooo glad you share all your ideas with us.... I can't wait till Tuesday night. My bundle will be here then.....Can't wait to play with it. I sooo love the boxes it makes to. Have a great day.

Judy

Lots of good ideas to get our juices flowing. I wonder how they would look with the die cut from colored cardstock. For instance - the Fruit Stand or Blooms and Bliss samples had quite a bit of white in them, leading to a more subtle-less high contract result. I wonder what they would look like with the die cut from in Old Olive, or Rich Razzleberry card stock. Also - in addition to using 3 1/4" squares, it would be interesting to see what it would look if the die cut shape was cut with one of the round-stitched dies. Just wondering . . .

Sharon French

Thank you for showing this die set. These are very interesting cards with multiple uses.

Robin Stiftar

Really cute idea. Thanks for sharing

Susan B

What a great idea on using the DSP and the die cut set. Live the cards.

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