SweetandClassic

Step 6:

This is my final Lattice Window. I used La Vie En Rose for the corner and a few jewels on the top left corner. On the inside (which you can see through the front) I have another of the rose and the tag with sentiment. Beautiful way to show off the inside of your card. Enjoy! 

Step 5:

This is what it should look like. Decorate as desired. 


Step 4:

You should have all three pieces now above. Turn your designer paper over and adhere lattice to the inside. You have the option of adding dimensionals to the corners now if you want your lattice frame raised up on the card front. I did add dimensionals to mine (not shown) either way is perfectly lovely. Adhere to the card front lining up the center or evenly as you cut the piece of paper to fit the front. 


Step 3:

Tape or use sticky note to lattice die and die cut. Set aside.

Step 2:

Take your card base and unfold. Place (NOT GLUE) designer paper on the front of card base. Use a piece of tape or sticky note to hold paper and die to card front base. This is so that you cut the window to fit perfectly when you add the front back on. Die cut and set aside. 

Step 1:

Form an A2 standard card. Cut your designer paper to fit front of card base. Make sure your desired die fits the front of the card. Here I am showing the layers. You want to make sure the lattice piece (white card stock) fits around the die for matting purposes. 

Supplies:

Card stock, designer paper, dimensionals, Spellbinders Labels Twenty Five and lattice die, adhesive

Lattice Window