Two things - no maybe three - I love these little babies from the Close To My Heart Flower Child Stamp Set - I Love Punches! - I've used a doily-lace scalloped-edge Martha Stewart Punch (fav!) and a Stampin' Up! Scallop Edge Punch (fav-too!!) on this card - lastly I love making window cards and that was the challenge at Splitcoaststampers the other day. I'll post some pics here for you to show you the steps I take to make my window cards. The unfortunate part is the dimension doesn't show up very well in photographs.
HOW TO USE YOUR COLUZZLE CUTTING SYSTEM TO MAKE A WINDOW CARD:
1. Cut your top cardstock mat to the appropriate size - this one measures 5.75 X 3.75 on a 5 X 7 card. I have two different Coluzzle Oval Mats - one I got from Close To My Heart and one from SU - they cut different size ovals. You do need these two for my example.
2. Decide where you will be cutting an opening in your top layer and stamp your images accordingly. In this example the words will be my inside image with the large flower and bumble bee babies on my top layer.
3. Lay the Coluzzle Template over your top mat - choose a shape that is large enough for the words. NOTE: I've marked each cutting section with a permanent marker for easier reference. Cut up to each image BUT not through the image.
4. Remove the Coluzzle Cutting Template and with small craft sissors trim around the edges of your stamped images. The stamped images on the top of the card are not stamped cut out and glued down but are part of the stop layer.
5. Cut out a smaller mat that will be place under the top Colonial White mat. Don't worry too much about being in the center of your rectangle - you can move the green layer around for a perfect fit by trimming the layer down.
Using these self-adhesive squares and strips adds lots of dimension to cards and scrapbook pages. What comes in a package: 200 - 1/2" squares, 200 - 1/4" squares, 8 - 1/2" strips and 14 - 1/4" strips - that's a lotsa layered effects!!
Found this great video at Martha Stewart .com showing her making some stationary with her wonderful edge punches - you can check it out here: Martha Stewart Craft Punch Video