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Lisa Adametz

Window Card with Dimension

Hi crafty friends! It’s Lisa here with you today to share a fun window card that I made with a just a little dimension and some fun embellishments to make it extra special.


1. Create the card base and die-cut the three patterned pieces of paper to be used for the front of the card.



2. Use Crafty Power Tape to keep the pieces aligned and also use to adhere to card base.



3.  Use a circle die to cut circle from front of card base. Adhere to INSIDE of card with MyStik® Permanent Strips.



4. Using a slightly smaller die, cut another circle out of patterned paper and adhere to the inside circle with 3D Foam Squares in Black (they show much less).




5. Stamp a sentiment onto cardstock weight vellum (one of my favorite things to do!) and adhere it to the inside of the front using the Crafty Power Tape, once again. When the card is open it is barely visible.



6. Last step? Embellish! With so many options out there it’s hard to choose, but with the paper I used I wanted to use some cheery enamel dots of differing sizes and also the sweet little burlap bows I feel like I’ve been saving for just the right card.

Making a fun dimensional window card isn’t hard if you have the right tools…and the right adhesives! 🙂


Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®:
Crafty Power Tape
MyStik® Permanent Strips
3D Foam Squares, Black, Regular

Other Supplies:
Simon Says Stamp: Friendship Messages
Tsukineko/IMAGINE CRAFTS: Delicata Golden Glitz Pigment Ink
My Mind’s Eye: Enamel Dots
Doodlebug Design: Gold Sprinkles
Fancy Pants Design: Patterned Paper (Burlap & Bouquets 6 x 6 paper pad)
My Favorite Things: Stitched Circle Stax, Vertical Stitched Strips (dies)
American Crafts: Light Burlap Bows.
Bazzill: Cardstock weight vellum


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