April 11, 2012

Mother's Day windowbox

I couldn't wait to show you this card because I had so much fun creating it.  I love it when what you imagine in your head turns out on paper. you know? *smile*

After stamping the window frame and flower box, (I love these new cling stamps!) I cut them apart, drew curtains with a Copic marker, and then cut the insides out. I adhered a piece of transparency behind the window and finished cutting it out all the way. Doesn't it look great?

The flowers and leaves (from the Spring Flowers cling set) were super simple to color and fussy cut too, not as difficult as I thought they might be at all! I finished it off with a simple sentiment in a sweet script! 
And that sentiment happens to be on sale all this week too, so grab it for your Mother's Day cards now!

All stamps are new Denami cling stamps!

For even more samples and inspiring projects, check out what the DT has done on the Denami blog today. Get a head start on your Mother's Day cards with this darling script sentiment today.

Thanks for stopping by,


Audrey said...

Dana, this is AMAZING! I love it! :)

JanR said...

This is wonderful! Love it!

Christina said...

I can just see you smiling from ear to ear upon finishing this sweet card! I wish my windows looked this pretty! Love the detail you've added to this CAS design.

Jenny said...

Those pretty flowers are the perfect colours to go with that gorgeous window, love your homemade curtains too :0)
Jenny x

Anonymous said...

Wow, Dana... this card is absolutely gorgeous!

Aimes said...

Way to rock the transparency, Dana! This card is so fun!

Lisa A. said...

This card is simply beautiful!! I LOVE your color choice for your flowers...they show so beautifully against the white and gray...stunning:)!!

Lisa Petrella said...

ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL!!! LOVE the attention to detail!!!! And all that fussy cutting is AMAZING!!!!

Ruza's Craft Corner said...

Absolutely gorgeous CAS card! Great job fussy cutting! ;o)

Marlena M. said...

Beautiful 3D effect!

Barb said...

damn...now i wish i was a mother. and had a kid who could make this exact card. perfection.