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Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Bring On The Cake Mini Window Card

There’s nothing I love more than an interactive card.  I think they’re so much fun to give!  I knew the new Mini Windows Die Set from Ellen Hutson would be the perfect way to add an interactive element to cards.


I used vellum to create my card front.  I figured it would be fun to be able to see that adorable water colored cake sitting behind the window.  I also added some gold stitching around the window.  Both of these features draw attention to that adorable window on the front of the card…and tell the recipient to “LOOK HERE!”


I used some Tim Holtz Mini Distress Ink Cubes to watercolor my image.  I used Worn Lipstick, Mustard Seed, Peacock Feathers and Dried Marigold to create a colorful cake.  I used a brown Copic marker to color the middle layers of the cake prior to water coloring the image. .  (I don’t like chocolate anything…but I figured I’m the oddball of the world…so most people would probably enjoy a gorgeous chocolate layer cake for their birthday.)  The Copic marker is waterproof, so I didn’t have to worry about it smearing when I added water to the image.  I also added some clear Wink Of Stella to the cake to make it extra yummy.


I have included a video below walking you through the entire creation of this card…and I’ll give you some tips and tricks as I talk you through this as well.  I’ve also included links to all the products used in this project below.  Just click the link to go directly to the product page.

Thanks for stopping by today!   I hope you’ve enjoyed this video.  Don’t forget to subscribe on YouTube and give this video a “thumbs up” if you’ve enjoyed it.  Have a fabulous day! 

Watch The Video

You can watch this video in HD at YouTube by clicking HERE.

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3 comments:

  1. Hi Carissa, I love your card and I enjoyed your video as well. Its simply adorable.

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  2. Lovely card! Thanks for the video.

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  3. Lovely card. I love the window dies.

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