When I designed cards for my December Stamps in the Mail Club kit, I knew that the umbrella die cut from the Weather Together bundle would be perfect for dimensional looks. This card may not be 3D, but with the window sheet used as the base material, the inside of the card becomes the outside!
See how cute it looks when the window sheet card is opened? Such a treat! The layers work together beautifully on each part of the card.
Designing for window sheet cards is always extra fun. Not only to you have to think about the look from the front, but you also want to consider how the layers line up when you open the card and look through from the inside or the back.
Window Sheets also show whatever adhesive you’re using, so be sure your layers cover all the adhesive (plan card layers for 4 places…front, inside front, inside and back). Not sure about where all the pieces go or show through? That’s what my video tutorial will give you – see this card created and learn how to make your own.
There’s still time to order your own Stamps in the Mail Club Kit. You’ll make this note card gift set plus three more projects from December Weather Together series. Learn more about Stamps in the Mail Club and making these projects yourself.
DECEMBER Year-End Closeout Sale!
Shop stamp sets at 25% off!
- Dec 1-31: Selected items up to 60% off!
- When you order: use the LovenStamps Stamp Club “To Go” Hostess Code (December: 4KWKS6Y4). Orders of $40+ qualify for FREE Make N Take kits and extra FREE product!
Stamps in the Mail Club with Meg
Sign up today for your December Kit!
Includes the clever Weather Together stamp set and inks, plus supplies for making 4 fabulous projects!
BEST VALUE OPTION: Get the coordinating Umbrella Weather Framelit Dies at a discount!