Head Shots WindowRama by Janelle Stollfus

INSTRUCTIONS
Instructions:
  1. Die cut one WindowRama large rectangle piece from Mixed Media White Paper.
  2. Stamp the long cloud across the top-third and rotate stamp around and stamp again to close cloud. Color sky with B32 and stamp birds above clouds.
  3. Fold each end at the 1-inch score from the edge towards the stamped side. Set aside.
  4. Die cut two pieces of Mixed Media White Paper at the same time with the WindowRama large rectangle plus the circle die centered in the window of the rectangle.
  5. On the first circle window color with B21. Fold each scored edge away from the colored side at the 1-inch score. Cut off the last 1/4-inch off each end of the scored edges.
  6. Stamp sentiment on Mixed Media White Paper with black ink and trim out with smallest Fitted Frame die. Die cut frame from Seafoam cardstock with next larger size to the previous die cut sentiment layer.
  7. Glue twine to the top of the second WindowRama colored blue. When dry, cut to right length for framed sentiment to hang. Glue to Seafoam frame then glue the sentiment on top of frame hiding ends of twine.
  8. Stamp girl from Head Shots with black ink onto Mixed Media White Paper and color with E50, E30, G02, RV91, R30, Y11, YR15, YR31, YR24. Trim out and glue to same WindowRama as sentiment.
  9. Glue to WindowRama to the cloud Windowrama piece.
  10. On the second circle window stamp flowers from Head Shots all over with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad. Color flowers with R43, V12, YR15 and background with G00 from the window outward blended to G02.
  11. Fold each end at the 1-inch score away from the colored side. Glue to the outside of the cloud piece.
Print Project

Also uses these supplies:

My Colors Cardstock by My Mind's Eye - Seafoam
Sketch Markers by Copic® - B21, B32, E30, E50, E55, E57, G00, G02, R30, R43, RV91, V12, YR15, YR24, YR31
Zip-Dry Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives
Light Blue Twine

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