The card started with a fun fold that I've used once before, but this time I used it in reverse. You can see the other example here. So, the first step was cutting and folding the base. Here are two photos of the card from the back where you can clearly see the cuts.
Next, I did the die cuts using some scraps of gold card stock. I just love the lace cross and trim. I used my Xyron sticker makers to affix adhesive to the lacy pieces. Such a quick and easy way to get those pieces adhered to the base.
I used a pretty gold embossing powder for the sentiment, and then cut that piece with a lacy scallops die before affixing it to the gold lace-edged die cut label using foam tape. I added foam tape to just half of the gold label, and adhered it to the left front of the card base.
Once I had everything assembled, the card didn't look quite finished. I took care of that by adding some gems to the cross and label. That did it! Quick, yet classy, and a good style for doing multiples. Also, it fits into a standard A2 envelope.