Making a Window Card

I hold a monthly Technique Geeks Class and we learn tons of differentones.  this month is was bleaching and we made this window card.  If you are interested in purchasing my Technique Files, click HERE.

Here is a window card that we made at one of my technique classes.  I thought I would put together a brief tutorial on how to make one.


Start by punching four squares out of post-it notes with your 1 1/4 square punch.  I had to use two of the 3×3 post-it notes so I would have adhesive on all four squares.


Use the adhesive on the post-it notes to secure the squares to a piece of card stock to form the window.  I used a 3×3 piece of card stock.


Use your square punch upside down to line up the post-it notes and punch to remove each one.


Here is the window


For my card, I used Versamark and Black embossing power to stamp and emboss the image of the little girl from the Summer By the Sea stamp set.  I then added bleach to my Aquapainter (note: I have dedicated an Aquapainter to bleach only) to remove the color within the embossed area. I cut my Stampin Dimensionals in half to secure the window to my card.

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6 thoughts on “Making a Window Card”

  1. I love your blog! I just stumbled upon it from the SULO blog. You have such a variety of projects and they are all so fabulous! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Hi Barb..
    I am new to your blog…
    enjoying my visit..I subscribed
    to get updates.
    I was quite interested in your
    window card. Great tutorial.
    Thanks for sharing!
    I have not tried using bleach
    or an Aquapainter before…so this should be interesting to try.


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