Actually, you need twelve of the mini cabinet diecuts (I had more left over from another card - I'm terrible for not throwing things away!). Diecut an arch from eight of them to make frames, and the four whole ones are used as bases to attach the patterned paper and frames. The apertures are fairly small on this size screen card, so it's great for using up scraps of precious patterned papers.
The gilded images are made using double-sided adhesive paper, the screens are joined together with jump rings, and beads and charms are attached for a finishing touch.
I love the way these screen cards fold like a real screen.
Here's the other side. I do like that cat diecut on the front cover. He looks just like our Lucky, on the prowl, looking for birds. Hope he doesn't find any :-)
So, after making this card, I'm left with a pile of diecut arches. Hmmmm...
Entered for the following challenge:
Bastel-traum - Summer
Country View Crafts - Natures Glories
Crafty Hazelnut's Patterned Paper - Anything Goes