Thursday, June 20, 2013

Embossed Window Card



Hi all! Kristina here. :) Today I have a card for you that features an embossed clear window...


And because the letters and banner on the front can bee seen on the inside of the card, they're covered on the inside, too...


I also put a second "booklet" inside in the card for an extra punch of color and pattern, and also so there would be a place to write a message inside. The window was too large to leave the inside of the card plain. There would be no where to write a message! LOL!


Anyhow, be sure to watch the video to see how it all came together. :)







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113 comments:

  1. Love the embossed plastic window...def trying that. Thanks so much for sharing this!

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  2. fab card, great idea to use speech bubble die xx

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  3. thank you for the video you are so talented

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  4. Wonderful card - I wouldn't have thought to use the word bubble on a card, but it is terrific!

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  5. That was awesome! I'll be playing with some window cards soon! Thanks for the inspiration...

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  6. I am so loving this summer school. Very cool card! I love the window front with the textured plastic. The video is so great. I especially like finding out how to use the equipment. Great job and thanks for the inspiration.

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  7. Great idea for a card! Going to have to try embossing some acetate.

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  8. I am so going to CASE this card Kristina! I love it! You always do such a wonderful job!

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  9. Awesome card! Love how you created the window and the cool embossing on the plastic sheet. I definitely will have to try and CASE!

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  10. love cards with windows! this is fabulous :)

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  11. Another must try. What a fabulous card. Thank you.

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  12. I saw this first over at YT via my subscription to Kristina's channel. The close up pictures here make it even nicer. Great work, as always.

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  13. Kristina, your card is adorable! I love the different techniques you used. Oh, I thought this could make a cute mini-album, too. Summer school is fun!

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  14. Fab card - thanks for the video!

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  15. Fabulous card, love the window. Love it!

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  16. Beautiful card. Love the embossing on the window.

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  17. Awesome card here and such a great idea with the embossed window, and it looks sooo cool.

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  18. This card is just so much fun and unique.

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  19. Adorable card~! Thanks for the video tutorial! Lots of techniques! ~God bless~

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  20. Beautiful card and love the embossed plastic and the window card idea is awesome.

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  21. Oh, I just adore this window card--I have got to go and do something similar--I like how you put an extra "page" in there for a message--too smart!

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  22. Such an awesome idea! I love how you bound it together...almost like a little book.

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  23. An embossed window card.......I would never have thought to do this!!! Thank you for the inspiration!!!

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  24. Wow, great card & video! Lots of ideas, tips & tricks. TFS ;-)

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  25. 2 cool ideas. I have been making aperture cards for years & have never embossed the plastic or added a second booklet. Can't wait to give this a try.

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  26. So love this card. Has to be in my top 5 favorites of yours. I so enjoy the videos as well. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

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  27. oh kristina! such a dear card! you have the best ideas!

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  28. A clear window card...what a neat idea. I love the sentiment and how the YOU stand out.

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  29. This card is so amazing- I'm in awe.

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  30. What a brilliant card. Love the embossing on the clear film.

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  31. Love this! Can't wait to try this out!

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  32. Oh my! What a fun card with so many great details. I love the embossed window (fun), the double-sided letters and banner (funner), and the patterned paper insert (funnest!) it's a party in a card! Thank you for sharing!

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  33. WAY COOL! I would never have thought to emboss clear acetate.

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  34. Love the embossed window and the patterned paper peeking from behind:) thanks for the inspiration.

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  35. What a neat card Kristina. Love all the embossing and papers you used. Looks very intensive and one I would like to try. Thanks

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  36. Love, love this card! Never thought of embossing on acetate... Must try that! Thanks again for the inspiration!
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  37. Very cool card! So many great tips in the video.

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  38. Thanks for all of your tips and tricks! You are so inspiring. I must try this card!!

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  39. Great card and fabulous idea, Kristina! I absolutely love this. One of my very fave cards by you ever! <3

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  40. Very cool card today, Kristina! Love the embossed clear window.

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  41. Love that you embossed the window. Very cool card.

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  42. Love that clear window on the card and the die cut word!

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  43. Very lovely!! Thanks for showing!
    xxx Marianne

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  44. Das sieht ganz fantastisch aus
    lg gila

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  45. What a clever card! I love the embossed acetate window, and the double insert.

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  46. Totally awesome design. I love the embossed plastic window.

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  47. Wauw! Awesome card & video Kristina. Just love the embossed aperture window.

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  48. Wow! This card is super cute! I must try.

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  49. Fabulous card Kristina, I love that embossed clear window!!!

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  50. Really Fun Card!
    I'll have to try this one out!

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  51. Really great idea luv the inside booklet super cute card

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  52. I love the embossed clear window idea. Thanks for the inspiration

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  53. Love your card!Very Pretty!Thanks for the video!!!

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  54. What a great idea! Why don't I ever think of these things?! Good thing I went to Summer School!

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  55. Kristina...I don't think I say it enough...YOU ROCK GIRL! :D

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  56. Great card. I always try to cover anything that can be seen from the inside of the card (as you did the lettering). Hate to see exposed ends and paper that isn't the best looking.

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  57. Thanks for the video! Can't wait to try one of these window cards now! Love the letters on the inside also! :)

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  58. This is a fun card! Can't wait to try it. Thanks for sharing.

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  59. Love the big speech bubble! TFS!!

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  60. Thanks for the tutorial! Great card! Have to try that one day....

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  61. Great card and creativity as always! I've been learning so much with you. Thanks for sharing your amazing imagination.

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  62. Very special with the embossed window.

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  63. Fabulous card Kristina! I remember when I started watching your videos you used to make very cool folds... TFS

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  64. Excellent tip on the acetate embossing.

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  65. I loved the idea you had to emboss the plastic piece and the cardstock layering on the inside. It keeps the inside 'secret' until the card is opened! Genius idea!

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  66. Great technique! This card really fabulous! Thanks for the tips!

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  67. What a fun window card. I love seeing how you assemble and cover the clear portion. I may just have to give one of these cards a try!

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  68. What a NEAT technique!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEKEND!! =)

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  69. I love this card! I am definitely going to have to make one like this!

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  70. Love the semi nautical theme of this cards So trendy.

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  71. I need to use acetate sheets more, thanks for the inspiration. Love that nautical paper!

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  72. Way cool, love the embossing on the front! neat technique. Thanks so much for sharing your absolutely amazing talent! This summer school series has been so inspiring!

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  73. Thanks for the inspiration, really nice card! I must try this!

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  74. What a fun card! I enjoyed watching and want to try and that booklet type of card. Thank you!

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  75. Love your window card and the video was fantastic as usual. You are so creative. The embossed plastic adds so much texture. Thanks for another wonderful card.

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  76. I just love everything that Kristina does. She does an amazing job and i LOVE it~

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  77. I like the idea of having extra "booklet" inside to write your message... cool window technique..thanks for sharing!

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  78. What a creative card, Kristina.

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  79. What a great card, love it!!!

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  80. Super cute card! Really enjoying the summer school posts!

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  81. Kristina, you are my favorite! Thanks for all your videos. This technique is wonderful. I try everything you show us. :)

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  82. Love the steampunk village! So cute!

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  83. Love the embossing of the acetate. Such a clever card.

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  84. A really fun card...unique and creative.

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  85. What a great card. Love the window with the embossed acetate. Thanks for sharing.

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  86. Beautiful cards, with so many pretty details and tips. Thanks for sharing it.:-)

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  87. This card is really one of your best designs. Love it!!

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