The base is 12" x 5 1/2" and, when folded, creates a card that fits a standard A2 envelope. It's best to used a two-sided paper for the base to give a more finished look once it's put together. The base is folded in thirds with the two side sections being cut to form triangles that cross over. Here's a first look for you:
As you can see, I started with a dark green base (DCWV Textured Naturals), and added triangles of the holly design paper (Recollections Jolly Jamboree). The insert, as well as the snowflake embellishment, are also from Recollections paper (Bright Christmas pack). I used a glitter pen to outline the snowflake and draw the faux stitching around the dp.
I used coordinating Martha Stewart punches for the insert trim and the snowflake. Then I used a die to cut notches at the bottom of the insert. You can see that here:
The next photo shows a gift card inserted in the cut outs. The photo below it gives you a nice look at the embossed greeting.
And then one more shot to give you a full view of the opened card:
I mentioned that this card has a coordinating envelope. I used the same punch on the envelope flap that I used on the top of the card insert. It was a combination of a border punch with it's matching corner punch. Here is a look at the card with its envelope:
That pretty much wraps it up for this one. The last photo shows most of the supplies I used in addition to the papers already mentioned. I used my ATG to affix the pieces except for the snowflake for which I used a Zig 2-Way Glue Pen.
I hope you've enjoyed your visit with me today. You might be able to use this card idea for some of your upcoming holiday gift-giving.
I'm still trying to get photos together of the Girl Scout projects I mentioned in an earlier post. I'll do that soon so you can see what we've been up to recently.
Wishing you a beautiful day,