Paper Morsels

Paper Crafts and Sweet Morsels from life.

Lawn Fawn Wonderful Window

on February 26, 2017

When I saw this sweet die, Lawn Fawn’s new Wonderful Window, I just had to buy it!  This is my first card with this die and there are so many possibilities that I will be using it again and again!  The tulip base slides into the little flower box.  If you want to make the windows open, you can!  There are also little cut outs for each window pane with tulip cut outs, if you want to totally different look.

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Supplies Used:

Dies:  Lawn Fawn – Wonderful Windows & Grassy Hillside Borders

Stamps: Lawn Fawn – Joy To The Woods set

Paper:  American Crafts May Berry Paper Pad; Recollections Metallics and Vellum

Markers: Copic

Ink:  Momento Black

Twine:  Doodlebug Inc. Doodle Twine

Embellishments: Glossy Accents

Entries:

Addicted to Stamps and More: Challenge #230 – Photo Inspiration

Make My Monday: Challenge #40 – Birds

Happy Little Stampers: February CAS Challenge – Blue

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5 responses to “Lawn Fawn Wonderful Window

  1. So sweet. I really like those teeny little tulips

  2. Sue says:

    A lovely scenic card! Thank you for joining us at Make My Monday.

  3. This is so cute! I love your little bird. Thank you for joining us at Make My Monday.

  4. ashamartins says:

    Absolutely gorgeous. Spring is definitely in the air! 🙂 Thanks for joining us at ATSM.
    x Asha

  5. Anita says:

    A super little scene, I can see why you wanted that window die!
    Thanks so much for playing along at Happy Little Stampers CAS Challenge, Anita x

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