I had seen a card where the window was off center and that appealed to me as a something different for me to try. Jennifer used acetate on hers to make a window but I didn't want that affect for this card so left it off. I've done that before, though...and stamped on the acetate which is fun to do, too.
I love that Cricut has many window cards on various cartridges and I make them often. This time however I did it a different way using the Nestabilities Scalloped Circle and my Cuttlebug. I thought it would be easy to cut out...well, I should have done a regular circle...the scallop was actually difficult to line up and I sort of went through a few sheets of white paper...and a few scrap pieces of my pretty printed papers. But it finally worked and I got it done!
Besides the Nestabilities I used Doodlebug Petite Prints, Bazzill cardstock and BoBunny Punch Dot papers. I am not sure what the cute stamp set I used is from but I think it's an Itty Bitty set from Unity Stamps...I know it is made by Unity Stamps but I'm not sure what the name of it is. I recently purchased Gazpacho Soup by Unity from Crafty Steals and this came with it but was packaged separately. Anyway, it's a cute bathing suit and fun sentiment and it's what I chose to use.
I also used some Offray ribbon and a Hero Arts Gem. I used Stampin' Up Markers and ink as well. All the challenge colors are there...the inside is actually lined with the sky blue print and the sentiment is mounted with purple. It's all there...I promise!
It was fun...but again...it took me much longer than I thought it would. I think I might do a few more of these but use the smooth edged circle to speed things up. There is probably a simple way to using the scalloped die...I just couldn't figure it out! :)