This design is very closely inspired by another demonstrator, JanB from the UK. She does such beautiful work.
Dimensions for this card base is 12" x 4-1/4" in Powder Pink. Score on the long side at 1/2", 1-3/8", 2-1/4" and 7-1/8"
Graceful Glass (brick wall) is 4-1/4 x 4-7/8". The black lines will be dull on the Back side. Use tiny, tiny dots of Tombow Liquid Glue where all the lines meet together. Tombow is amazingly strong and will hold your vellum paper down. Go ahead and adhere.
Use the detailed dies from the Stained Glass Thinlit Dies. Cut the half circle first. Then use the Square shaped die making sure to leave about 1/8" strip under the half circle. You can then move the square down to cut again, making a more rectangle shape.
The window image with flowers and butterflies is from the vellum stack. Color the back side with Stampin' Blends alcohol markers and adhere to the back side of your card base.
Decorate as you desire. The Old Olive Vines are cut using the vine die from Botanical Tags Tinlits Dies.
The most creative tip that I learned from JanB.... those tiny flowers on the vines! I used Calypso Coral Marker and colored the stamp flower center (flower with lines) from the Pop of Petals stamp set. Cut out using the 3 tiny flower dies from Sliding Door Framelits. How ingenious!
Here are the other three projects we made in class. Make sure to use Multipurpose Adhesive Sheets for easy adhering! It will make life easier.