I combined it with the window die and adhered a clear transparency for "real window look" then add pop dots to elevate it on top of a picture for a great 3D look. I also used T.H. distress ink pads like the picture insert, cut some out of wood grain paper and embossed paper with TH woodgrain embossables and then cut out the cabinet front. So versatile!
This was the last Tim Holtz die I needed to complete my set. It was a hard one to find! It was worth the search. It is so versatile and it will get a lot of use. It's great for cards, scrapbooking and mixed-media. As always, Tim Holtz products are great!