Are you ready for Christmas? Make an I See Santa Card from Lisa Fulmer to get in the spirit. This paper craft idea is fun and easy to make.
- Scenic card
- Square punch
- Glitter glue
- Paper adhesive
- Choose a scenic card - either an indoor or outdoor view (do you want to peek in or peek out?) - trim it down to fit within the front of whatever blank folded foundation card stock you like.
- Use a square punch to diecut a series of squares into a piece of colored cardstock to look like a windowpane - whatever size and configuration of panes best frames your scene - trim your windowpane to just a bit larger than your scenic card.
- Cut small triangles of ultralight lutradur to fit in the corners of a few panes and glue to the back side...snowdrifts!
- Trim out accent images from other cards - use outdoor things like birdhouses and flowers if your window is peeking inside, or use indoor things like a stuffed toy or a gift box if your window is peeking outside.
- Distress your windowpane with rough, random swipes of ink or glitter glue, and/or embellish with metallic dots, if desired.
- Adhere your accent images to the front of your windowpane using dimensional foam tape or glue dots.
- Adhere your windowpane to the scenic card using dimensional foam tape or glue dots.
- Center and adhere your layered windowpane scene to the front of your folded foundation card with your paper adhesive.