For the base of my card I used a piece of white cardstock, scored and folded into 3 parts.
The smaller part was folded outward and attached to the front of the card after it was decorated.
So it can be opened as a normal large card and at the front you can insert some tags.
I took a green PP and run 3 times an oval die through the machine and then I attached another green paper, with a slightly lighter color (= "Perhaps" from Basic Grey ) on the back, and run it again 3 times through the machine with an oval die that was smaller than the first one.
The advantage of a tall card is that you can use several views of images .
So I attached in each oval hole a different image: a bunny with daffodils, a chicken with 2 little chicks and in the 3th one a sheep with a fence and a tulip .
I made the base of the 3 insert tags also in white cardstock and attached the largest oval die cut that I recuperated from the front papers .
Then again I attached on each tag an image of a little girl with an animal corresponding to the one on the front.
Registered: July 5, 2010 Location: Southern New Jersey Posts: 0
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