Thursday, November 12, 2009

Tutorial Part 2 of 2 - Making a Real Wood Frame Window

Welcome to Tutorial Part 2 of 2. If you missed Part 1, you can find it HERE. If you were happen to catch the previous tutorial, you know that I left off with the photo above. So, let's get at it! :)

I removed the strips off the Scor-Tape and placed a piece of acetate over the entire image. You can see the glare/reflection of the light on this photo.

I trimmed both the card stock and acetate to the size I wanted. I again, applied strips of Scor-Tape on top of the acetate this time.

I used scraps of Hickory Wood Paper pre-cut strips left over from previous projects.

I laid the strips of wood on the adhesive and cut them to size.

For the window pane wood, I just cut one of the 1/2" strips in half and made them 1/4" strips. I cut them to length and applied glue to the backs. Window Frame complete!

You can find the Cardinal Digi HERE.
You can find the Hickory Strips HERE.
You can find the Snowflake Embossing Tinsel HERE.
You can find the Stardust Stickles HERE.


Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

This is such a beautiful window and card!! Love that idea for using the wood paper. You are so talented Sue!! Thanks for sharing your awesome tutorial!

Kristine said...

THIS is so awesome Sue!! I actually made a window frame for my card tomorrow, but I didn't use this tutorial.. I just kinda... ??? did my own thing, and I'm sure it PALES to this beauty!! LOL Wish I had seen this last several days ago! ;) Great job. LOVE the birds and trees behind it! :)

Natalie said...

Very, very nice, thanks for the tutorial, it's great.

Carol said...

so pretty!