My design today features the beautiful and elegant Evershan Branch die, and I decided to make it a monochromatic card just for fun.
The top fold card base is from a light tan card stock. I cut the Bengal Background die from ivory card stock, then used one of the dies from the Open Studio Rectangle Layers set to cut out the center to leave a window. (I will be sure to use the cut out piece on a different card.) I cut a frame of the same size from the Open Studio Rectangle Frames set, adhered that over the opening to create a frame and then added that to the card base. I cut the Evershan Branch from the same ivory card stock, and adhered that with foam tape as shown. I punched several tan and ivory circles using a 1/4" circle punch and used a stylus to cup them. I adhered some of them on the flowers and scattered the rest, then added pearls to all of the centers.
When I showed this card to my friend and fellow teacher, Nance, she just happened to pick the card up and hold it so that the Evershan Branch was positioned at the top, different from the way I had oriented the card originally. We both said, "Ohhh, that works!"
Then we turned the card 180 degrees so that the branch was at the bottom, and said, "Oh, THAT works too!" It was one of those "happy accidents".
This card could be used for any occasion, any way you'd like to look at it!
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