Making a Window Scene

Hi Everyone!! I am sharing a card today with you, that may look a bit farmiliar and that is because I have shared it before, but only photos of the finished card, not the entire process in making it. I adore this fun and bright card and I hope you all enjoy watching how I made it! And because this card was made so many months ago, I’m afraid even I don’t remember the entire process, so I don’t have a write up for you, but I do have plenty of pictures below!!

ENJOY!!



For this card I used the “Magical Unicorns” Stamp Set from Craftin Desert Divas. The little unicorn that was sitting was perfect to add to this window scene.

Finished Card 4

To put this scene together, I used the Scene Builder Dies. This is one of my all time favorite die sets. If you love to build scene, I bet it would be one of yours too!! Aside from my frames, circles, and rectangles, it is probably my most used set. I also used the Window Pane die, whic is perfect for creating a unique way to frame out your scene!

Finished Card 3

By adding distress ink to the edges of my die cuts, it adds so much depth and life to an otherwise plain scene. It’s one of my favorite ways to jazz up my scenes. Also, by popping up the window pane die, it adds more depth and interest to an otherwise simple card. I adhered the entire panel onto a hot pink A2 card base to match the unicorns hair and make the card extra bright!

Finished Card 1


 I hope you all enjoyed this look back! And if you are interested in any of the supplies I used on my card today, they’re all linked below!! (Affiliate links used at no additional cost to you) Thank you so much for stopping in today! Until next time, Happy Crafting!!


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