This technique was new to me when I saw it in a holiday sample card swap for Stampin' Up demonstrators, so I had to try it. It's so easy and a nice different type of card, but still fits in a regular envelope and mails for a single postage stamp, which is important to me.
I made a quick video for you because I know you're going to want to try it, too! You'll need a card base of 5.5 x 4.25, a neutral piece of 4 x 5.25, and two 3 x 4 inch pieces of patterned paper. Only ONE side of the paper will show, so don't worry about the back.
Looking at the photos, I think I'll make some more daisy punches for the insides, too! Why not, right? You can never have too many cheerful flowers around you!
Thanks for popping in to see today's project. I can't wait for you to see what I've got planned for next week! Make sure you subscribe to my once-weekly newsletter (it's free!) so you don't miss the World Cardmaking Day (October 3rd) special activities and a fun giveaway.
What a CUTE CUTE CUTE card!! I must make this. So different and so easy! Thanks for sharing!
Posted by: Bobbi Miller | 09/21/2020 at 10:23 PM
I agree with Bobbi! This card is adorable. I actually have this bundle so will try today!
Thanks for sharing!
Posted by: Sue Floyd | 09/26/2020 at 09:58 AM