I used Britannia Dies Lattice Edge and Open Window for the front of the card. I cut the Open Window twice so I could sandwich acetate inbetween to act as the "glass". I stamped the house which is from Chocolate Baroque on the base card and coloured with Flexmarkers. I then shaped the front to give the appearance of a bow-fronted window. The sentiment is computer generated and printed on my laser printer, then foiled and die cut with a Spellbinders Labels die. Flowers and butterflies from my stash.
The next two cards are commissions from a friend. The first is for her granddaughter who will be three and loves Peppa Pig and the second is for Darren who has started running his own deer herd. Maria had seen a card I'd made earlier using my Taylored Expressions Birch Tree and accessory dies and thought it would be perfect for him.
So the first one is Peppa Pig - not something I had in my stash so had to go hunting to find some colouring pages etc. Luckily I found a few so took them into CraftArtist and used them along with a digikit which had zoo animals in it. I decoupaged up the bunting and the characters to give a bit of dimension, added Diamond Glaze to the "sausage shaped" balloon and then made up a circle sentiment which was die cut with circle nesties and popped up on a scalloped circle.
The last card is the deer card. I started off layering up the trees - there are actually about four layers starting with light trees and coming to the fore with darker ones sponged with DI's. The deer are a combination of the Taylored Expressions deer and my Memory Box deer trio die. They have been weaved in and out of the trees, again with some in the background. They were all diecut from kraft cardstock and sponged with DI's. The signpost is part of the TE accessories set, as is the birdhouse, owl and bird. I diecut Darren's name using Die-Versions Editor in Chief font. I finished off using Clearly Besotted's grass die and Poppy Stamps Leafy Tree Border.
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