The card today is the second version of my Window Card.  This one stars the Perennial Lavender DSP instead of the stamp set.  Although the stamp set is part of the card.


Stampin' Up!, Perennial Lavender, Painted Lavender, Softly Sophisticated, Garden Meadows, Jackie Beers



This is the same Fun Fold Window Card as yesterday’s.  All of the measurements are the same.  The views are a bit different though.  Here are the other views.





The card is the same Lost Lagoon card base and Basic White inside card as yesterday.  The difference is the gorgeous DSP that you see through the window.  It is a piece of the Perennial Lavender Designer Series Paper.  I love how it looks.  That is definitely a nice view!


The inside stamped lavender is from the Painted Lavender stamp set.  I used the Gorgeous Grape and Lost Lagoon inks to give an inside image to match the DSP.  And the lovely sentiment on the front is from the Sale-A-Bration stamp set titled Softly Sophisticated.  I do truly love this sentiment.  It is cut using the larger of the Double Oval Punch.  However, I had a bit of a brain fade when adding the sentiment.  The card was completed and I was trying to decide how to add a sentiment to the front.  To go along with the colors in the DSP, I opted for Very Vanilla.  It did not dawn on me until after I had attached it, that the inside card is Basic White.  DUH!!!

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