Window Treatment

I should be making treats but…as my daughter would say, “I’m not feeling it.” Besides, there’s still time. So, you get me instead and I’m going to share a look or two at the fancy fold we made in last night’s class.

I’ll tell you now, it was a hit. I just saw a gal from the class and she told me she was headed home to make more of them today. Yippee! I love when that happens. You know — Inspire, Create, Share

So window treatment? Well, we started with a window.

Hey There Buds Fancy Fold card half open from






Using the Square framelits, we cut a window in the front of the Blackberry Bliss card base.

This way, the focal image can be seen both when the card is closed and when it is open.





Hey There Buds Fancy Fold card flower detail from




The flower was stamped three times: in Old Olive, Rich Razzleberry and Blackberry Bliss.

Then, we cut the elements apart and pieced them back together.  I’m really pleased with how the large blossom turned out.


Hey There Buds Fancy Fold card open from





And here’s a look at the card opened.  We carried the large blossom on into the the inside of the card.  To ink it separately, we used Blackberry Bliss and Rich Razzleberry Stampin’ Write markers.

This card certainly has some cool moves.  And Hey There Buds is at the top of my list to play with again soon.

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Create something today,


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  • Reply
    Helen Armstrong
    September 12, 2014 at 6:10 pm

    What a beauiful card…just love it..could you possible share the measurements etc for it. Thank-you.

    • Reply
      Sara Levin
      September 15, 2014 at 6:17 am

      Helen ~ Thank you! Glad to have inspired you. I’ve posted a video this morning (9/15) that shows just how to assemble the Z Window Fold card. Enjoy making them!

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