Courtesy of Darice®
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Approximate Time: 30 Minutes
How to make a Christmas Window Card
What is better than a homemade holiday card? Put the card-making skills to the test and impress your friends and family! Use your Cuttlebug® skills and make the perfect one-of-a-kind holiday card!
Cut card in half
Cut one of the cards in half and place it on the front of the second card.
Place smaller window holes side down
Place the smaller window holes die cut side down one inch down from the top and one inch from the left edge. Hold it in place with low tack tape. The die should be positioned along the edge of the window holes with the left and right edges of the card to work with the window die.
Emboss card with snowflakes
Emboss the cut card with the snowflake embossing folder.
Attach to front of the card
Attach it to the front of the card, lining up the die cut window holes.
Highlight the snowflakes using light blue ink and dabber.
Cut window out of brown cardstock
Die cut the window out of the brown cardstock and adhere in place on the front of the card.
Mark window opening
Lightly mark the window opening through the front onto the inside back of the card with a pencil. Stamp the Santa window in place following your marks.
Color stamped area
Color the stamped area with Spectrum markers.