Cross Window Card – The Cutting Cafe Design Team Project

21 Mar
Cross Window Card

Cross Window Card

For our projects this week, we could choose from any files at The Cutting Cafe.  There is sure to be a large variety for our Design Team post this time.  Make sure you stop by the blog and take a look.  Leave a comment because we love reading them and it will automatically put you in a drawing to win three files on our next post date (we post on the 7th and 21st of each month).

For my project, I actually used four different files:

The Cross Shaped Card SetEaster Mini Words Printable Stamp SetEaster Banners Colored Set Printable Stamps, and Easter Inside and Out Greetings Printable Stamps.

Cross Window Card Front
I really like how it turned out.  I used a gradient paper in yellow and orange that reminds me of a sunrise and Easter Sunrise services at church.  I added three sizes of individual pearls randomly all over the card which gives it an elegant touch.

For the inside, I cut a second card out and put them back to back with velum for the cross in between.   I cut the sentiments and placed them so they would not show through the vellum cross.

Cross Window Card Inside
Here is a close up of the flower cluster…

Cross Window Card Flower Cluster
To find out how I made this and the products used please watch my video below.  Thanks for stopping by!

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2 Responses to “Cross Window Card – The Cutting Cafe Design Team Project”

  1. kdnkdd March 21, 2015 at 9:54 am #

    Love Love Love it.

  2. regina March 21, 2015 at 1:38 pm #

    audrey this is the most beautiful card ever…thanks for all yo do…hugs

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