Yesterday, I worked on developing a different kind of topper card. The top part is the back side of the card that pops up so you don't need to attach a topper as it is already part of the card.
This card was very simple to make. The goal is to make it fit a regular A2 envelope. Just cut the cardstock 4.25 inches by 8.5 inches. Do NOT score the card. Mark the halfway point by drawing a pencil line across the cardstock. Use any shape/size cutting system (CM or Coluzzle) and cut the shape only on one side of the pencil mark. You can use circles, ovals portrait or landscape just making sure the finished product should remain 5.5 inches or slightly less. After the clean cut is made the card can be folded -- this way the popped out piece remains unscored and strong.
Date: Monday, September 3, 2007 GMT Views: 651