March 11, 2021



Happy Thursday Gerda fans!

It's Cathy here sharing a little window scene using the Positivi-Tea stamps. That cute bear peeking out with that sentiment just makes me giggle!

To create this scene, I started by cutting a piece of white cardstock 3 3/4" x 5" and inked a brick wall stencil with Antique Linen distress ink. I added some accent to the brick using Copic E31.

I've used some rectangular dies for the window and a wood plank die for a flower box. I cut a thin strip of dark brown cardstock for the top edge of the flower box and die-cut some flowers for a fun pop of color.

I colored the stamped images with Copics, fussy cut them out and stamped the sentiments before gluing the window to the panel.

I hope you're having a fun crafty week and I'll see you again soon!

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