I did use my Silhouette Cameo cutter to make the pieces that I would stamp the designs on.
In the Silhouette I can add the text where I want it and in what font I choose and print it and cut it out to the exact correct size.
That being said, each panel is cut 4 x 6 and to fit in the frame needs to have a 1/4" border all around so actual stamping space is 3.75 x 5.75.
Cut four of these panels from Whisper White
(for Silhouette users, I also cut a 1/4" frame to place on the Whisper White pieces to help me maintain the 1/4" border all around. I held it in place with Tombow Repositional adhesive because that is easy to remove when I'm done)
Always stamp the grass first and then the tree and then the other elements.
Panel one is Spring - I stamped the grass with Lemon Lime Twist, the tree with Early Espresso, the swing with Basic Black the flowers with Powder Pink and the tree leaves with both Powder Pink and Flirty Flamingo
Panel Two is Summer - Stamp the tree with Early Espresso, the grass with Old Olive, the bike with basic black, the tree leaves with Lemon Lime Twist and Old Olive.
Panel Three is Fall - Stamp the tree with Early Espresso, the grass with Old Olive, the rake with Soft Suede, the tree "leaves" with Crushed Curry and Grapefruit Grove
Panel Four is Winter - Stamp the ground with Blueberry Bushel stamped off once to get the lighter color, stamp the tree with Early Espresso, I created a small bird stamp with my Mint stamp making machine because I didn't have one and I inked it red.
Stamp the ground first, then the tree, then the bird and lastly stamp the snow around using Blueberry Bushel stamped off for the lighter color.
Mount in your frame and you've got a lovely piece of home decor.