I wanted my card to fit the standard A2 sized envelope, so I started with a card base cut at 5 1/2" x 8 1/2". This card is actually a modified tri-shutter style, but with the different cuts and folds it features a centerpiece. Here are the measurements: make a cut 2 1/8" from each short side starting at 1" from the top and ending 1" from the bottom. Turn the card and cut 1 1/16" starting at the previous cut and going in toward the center of the card. Do this on all four corners.
In the sample I saw on SCS, the designer cut out two rectangles and then added a centerpiece. I elected to simply cut around three sides and leave the center intact.
Next I built the centerpiece using an orange dp as a mat and a piece of white cardstock for my background.
I stamped and colored the little witch, the bottom border is a rub-on, and all the rest are stickers. I used my 1/4" corner rounder for the top of the two layers and did some ink distressing around the edges.
You can see in the previous three photos that the stickers, themselves, are multi-layered. Also, they are affixed with foam tape as is the full front piece.
This card can stand alone very nicely, as you will see in the next photo, or use an easel to feature it as I did in most of my photos.
I hope you've enjoyed my fun little card. It was actually fairly quick to make; especially since I used ready made embellishments. If you have questions, please leave them in the comments with a way to contact you. I will answer as quickly as I can.
Here are some details for you:
Paper: Making Memories "Spook Alley" pack-card base
Stamp: Pink By Design "Guess Who" set
Inks: Ranger Distress "Spiced Marmalade" and "Black Soot" and Versamark
Embossing Powder: Stampendous "Detail Black"
Embellishments: Recollections Layered Accents and Rub-On, Jolee's boutique Spider, Recollections BOO!
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