Happy November! I don’t know about where you live, but here in St. Louis the past week has been full of cool blustery winds that make me think that winter is trying to creep in before its time. I am already dreaming of the sunshine and posies of spring! Thank goodness that I can use paper to create both to send a bit of sunshine to someone.
This cute card started with a top fold card made from cream cardstock. I cut a cheery yellow strip paper (Echo Park) to fit the front, leaving a slight border around the edges.
Before I adhered the yellow paper, I used a set of nesting rectangle dies to cut a large rectangle in the center of it. I then adhered the yellow paper to the front of the card.
I used a second smaller rectangle die to cut a window through the cardstock layer.
I used the grass die from the Posey Parts stamp and die set to add a strip of grass under the window. I also added a simple hand printed sentiment.
I added a posey and pot to the inside of the card to where they would show through the window.
I love that this cute card has a unique twist with the window. It is super easy to make and really adds a fun touch to a card. And those posie parts… so cute!!