I have two unexpected Wows to share with you today! But first my card:
Here’s a look at the inside of the card. It doesn’t open like a regular top folded card. It’s actually a 3″ X 5 1/2″ card on top of a 4 1/4″ X 5 1/2″ card base. Here see this picture below:
Did you expect the card to open that way? The band across the card swings open to the right and then you lift the front panel to reveal the inside of the card. Pretty cool, huh? It’s sure to make someone say “Wow”. Did you notice the pretty Mint Macaron Faceted button on the band? It’s sparkles and I easily threaded the Whisper White Bakers twine through those tiny button holes with a dental floss threader, that’s the other Wow! The last Wow is my FIRST video! It’s terrible and I have lots to learn. Be gentle, please. I’ve spent the last 2 days trying to figure out the camera and then all the steps to upload it to YouTube, etc, etc.
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HOW TO DIY:
Rich Razzleberry Cardstock: 5 1/2″ X 4 1/4″, a piece that is 3/4″ X 5 1/2″ scored at 1 1/8″ (this is the band across the card) and a scrap piece to die cut the scalloped oval using the Layering Ovals Framelits. Use your Triple Banner Punch to punch one end of the band.
Whisper White Cardstock: 3″ X 11″ scored at 5 1/2″ and a scrap piece to stamp the Happy Birthday Greeting. Use a Layering Oval framelit to cut out and layer on top of the scalloped Rich Razzleberry oval.
Scrap piece of Gold Foil – use a larger Layering Oval to die cut and layer behind the Happy Birthday Greeting oval.
Share What You Love Designer Series Paper: 3″ X 5 1/2″ and (2) 1/2″ X 5 1/2″ strips.
Have any questions? Leave me a comment.
Thanks for stopping by – I need to go back to viewing the “how to” YouTube videos.