VIDEO: How to make a Brick Wall Cut Out Window Card

stampin up merry christams hearth and home windowAm I the only who sees this card and wants to start singing Pink Floyd’s “Brink in the Wall”? hahaha. In today’s video tutorial, I’m going to show you how to install a window in a brick wall in 5 minutes or less. Just call me Bob Villa, kidding. I share a funny story about my friend and her “A List” and “B List” Christmas cards.

I’ve included a “hack” I made up for an easy way to  cut the rectangle in the center for the window without measuring. Anyone who’s ever cut a hole in a real brick wall would be jealous of this trick lol.

Techniques on this video include: inking impressions folders, using markers to eliminate words, and making a window cut out card.

Card design by Angela McKay, it was a viewers choice from my Founders Circle Swap video.

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Featuring all supplies and measurements for this project pdf

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Comments

  1. Eleanor Spencer says:

    Love your videos and all the cute ideas. Really enjoy how detailed you are in the directions for making the beautiful cards. Please keep it up – I look forward to your posts.