This is a card I made for my husband's Auntie who passed away aged 97.
The card is a Matchbook card but turned on its side. The right-hand side of the card was embossed using my Cuttlebug and Roses embossing folder.
I used my Scor-Pal to score two lines on the left-hand side of the card then added the ribbon in 2 separate elements. The bow itself was made with my Bow Easy and I added some Fray Stop to the cut ends to stop them from fraying. I glued this side panel down so it doesn't open and the embossed side just tucks into this flap - but made sure that I left enough of the flap unstuck so that the embossed side tucks in enough to hold it.
I stamped the sentiment using London Fog Memento ink, added two punched lavender hearts (I used an MS Looped Hearts edge punch - they are the leftover punchies) then popped this panel up on dimensionals. This is my first time stamping using grey ink and I really love the softness it added to the card as opposed to using black ink.
Please see my other photo in my gallery for the card inside.