The inside is made from a full length of A3, about 42cm, folded and diecut as in the tutorial. You can use many different shapes. but you really need a steel rule die like the Sizzix Bigz.
The butterfly on this left hand double panel has an acetate layer stuck over the top with some glossy accents down the spine. Small gems are used to hide the adhesive.
Flower-shaped gems are added to the hair of this stamp. Have you noticed the gorgeous colour all the stamps have? I used one of the new archival inks called "Hydrangea". It has a beautiful vintage blue hue.
The background is inked in Tumbled Glass distress ink and some gold edging is provided by Pinflair Buff-it.
A sizzix birdcage folder is used to emboss brown card for the front and back covers, and blue, red & gold Pinflair buff-it is rubbed on to highlight areas.
There's more stamping on the other side, so this type of card is ideal for people who love to place their cards on a windowsill.
Here's a photo of the finished card sitting on its matching box.
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