Window oxidised copper card

Wouldn't it be nice to have a view like this every day? I have created this card as I had windows in mind. See the project details. Hope you like today's card.

Card base in Very Vanilla measures 14.9cms x 21cms scored at 10.5cms on the long side
Black mounting piece measures 10cms x 14.3cms.
Pecan Pie piece measuring 13.8cms x 9,5cms.

Take the piece of Pecan Pie and the two smallest dies from Deckled circles and the third smallest die for the centre window,
Measure 1cm in from both short ends and 1cm up from the bottom of cardstock and make pencil marks for ease of lining up of dies,
Die cut one small rectangle and then position the other small rectangle at the other end. This will make it easier to line up the larger centre rectangle. Die cut the centre window.

Using the oxidised copper paper, cut frames for the two smaller windows using the same die and the next largest die (the two smallest dies).
The use the third smallest die which you used for the centre window and then the 4th smallest rectangle die to make the centre frame.

Adhere the frames to the window sections.
Using your Versamark and the small flower bud stamp from Two Toned Flora (or a small floral stamp of your choice) and stamp randomly over the Pecan Pie cardstock.

Cut a piece of your favourite DSP from the Meandering Meadow DSP (13.8 x 9.5cms) and attach to the Pecan Pie Window section.

Attach your window piece to the black cardstock mount.
Stamp your sentiment in versamark on black cardstock and heat emboss with white embossing powder. Cut and trim and dove tail the sentiment piece and mount with Stampin Dimensionals,