My first Recessed Window Card

Well I did it!  I have wanted to do one of these cards for AGES, but was really scared of it.  Now that I have my trusty score-pal I must say it made the challenge seem so much smaller.  Honestly if any of you girls haven't had a go of making one of these you just HAVE to do it.  It was so much fun to make and something a little different to our usual cards. I think you will see a few more recessed window cards coming up.....

In this card I used Parisan Breeze DSP, Great Friend stamp set, creamy caramel, chocolate chip and baja breeze ink. 

Cardstock - sahara sand, very vanilla.

I also used my new victorian cuttlebug embossing folder for the background. (can you tell from the photo??)

Go and have some fun and try something new!  If you do try one just let us know in the comments and we'll come and have a look.  Go on give it a go.

I want to make a tutorial also in Inches and in Cm for all aussies and english that deal with metric measurements.

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  1. That looks great KJ, I love the colours you used. Good to see you back on creative train after been away so long.

  2. Love it! Thanks for the link to the tutorial. Gorgeous colours you've used. Cheers,Sue

  3. nice - I am going to have to try it now....there goes the ironing - was going to tonight! Oh - we can wear creased clothes

  4. Gorgeous, Kylie-Jo! Love the colours, the paper, the stamp set. And the embossed panel was what jumped out at me (gotta love that Cuttlebug!).

  5. hey how did I miss this one! Really really great card, I love it too! Cant wait to bring my cuttlebug home!!!

  6. That is the most incredible card. Love everything about it, the DSP, the colours, the embossing, just gorgeous!

  7. Love it KJ!! Its gorgeous!! You're sooooooo clever!!


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