I don’t think I will ever find too many places to stamp this awesome chicken, ever. There are two other adorable chickens and a little egg too, but this guy rocks! So here he is peepin’ in a little window to say hello. Too adorable.
For a very simple card, I sure did use a lot of different products. Really though, it went together quite fast. The card base became a one layer card. I stamped with white stazon onto the card base using the hardwood stamp. So cool. It gave me a subtle woodgrain look that was just right. I die cut the window out of the card base and again out of whisper white. I glued those two windows together so when I nested them back into the opening, the white one would layer up just ever so slightly.
I backed the window with velum to create the ‘glass’. I traced the window pane openings on my inside piece of cardstock so I knew where to stamp the trees and chicken. They got a little ink and a little water color pencil activity and then I glued them in place. I could have left them on the inside back of the card, but I knew I wanted to cover up the back of the window and have plenty of space to write to my friend. So I adhered it to the inside top flap of the card and put another blank piece down on the inside back. Then I had double the space to write and my window stuff all covered up. Total win!
Have a creative day!