See next photo for translated version.
Especially for Silvia
For the non-Greek readers, I put a more comprehensible version under the flap. Some years back I reckoned we needed to learn the Greek alphabet - when you're out in the back of beyonds on a motorbike, you can't count on signposts being in European script. Not that the maps are all that helpful, sometimes, anyway...
Can't remember what this type of card is called - flap?
I used another PB image from marilynprestonn - thanks, Peggy. It's coloured with watercolour pencils, with some Crackle Accents lending a good weathered look to the pot. I cut it out and popped it up onto the flap panel.
All papers are Basic Grey Euphoria, sentiments are both computer-generated. To create the flap, I scored about 3/8" from the top of the pink mat layer, and creased it before sticking it down to the base card and then adding the snaps and gems. A photo turn from Hero Arts holds the flap down, and to finish it off I added a punched butterfly.
Date: Friday, June 19, 2009 GMT Views: 587
OMGosh!!! Sabrina! I LOVE this flap card!!! AWESOME card!!!!
Oh, and I totally understand what you mean about maps....I learned while traveling in Europe to have a "FRIEND" who knew the native language as a traveling companion....I sure miss my FIL...I haven't traveled much since he passed....