This is a picture of a finished card using the design instructions to make.
1. I have tried to keep the sizing nice and simple so this is a 5.5" x 5.5" card.
Either use a pre bought card blank or cut a piece of cardstock to 11" x5.5" (score at 5.5" on the 11" side and fold to create your card).
2. Cut a piece of double sided design card to be 5" x 5" Sq. (n.b. I am using white copy paper here so that you can see more clearly.)
3. Make a pencil mark at the half way point i.e. 2.5" top and bottom of sheet.
4. Line up these pencil marks using a ruler and place a small pencil dot at 2.5".
5. This is the centre point of your sheet. You can rub out the two sides line marks as these are not needed.
6. Now take one corner point and fold over to meet the centre point as shown below. Crease well.
7. Repeat on the next corner as shown below.
8. Turn paper round and repeat for the third corner as below. n.b. You should now have an envelope shape.
9. Now fold in the last corner to create a smaller square. This will make a 3.5" square.
10. Now start to fold back each of the point as shown below. Fold the point so that it just meets the outside edge.
11. Your completed window should now look like this and you can go ahead and decorate as required.
12. If you are stamping directly onto the base of the window as I have in my example card above then put your sentiment on now as it is much easier than when attached to the card front.
You can create a different look by simply placing the window squarely on the card instead of diamond wise. See Below.
1. I have used the same size window i.e 5" square design paper but it takes up less space on your card front so you can make a smaller sized card. This card base is 4.5" x 5.5"
N.B. All of these cards fold flat for posting.
You can even create a slim line version and attach two smaller windows!
1. I have used a smaller 4"square (this makes a window that is approx. 2.75") to create this card the base card is 3.5" wide by 8.25" long. You will mark your 4"sq at the 2" mark and place your centre dot at 2"
using the pictures above at Version 1 as your visual guide.
Why not try a double window. It is easier than you think!
1. I have used a card base that is 4.5" x 6" . Window is created using a 5" square and a 4" square set inside.