This card was surprisingly easy to make, yet it looks really complicated. And I love the looks on people's faces when they open it up.
If you'd like to give one of these cards a try, you'll find a great tutorial on Splitcoaststampers here. There are also lots of other video tutorials on YouTube. Just search for Twist and Pop Card.
It is a great way to use some of those smaller stamps that never get used, though. I had fun going through my stamps and picking out some smaller ones that would work. I ended up choosing from several different sets, mixing and matching them until I had something that worked.
On the inside top of my card, I added a die-cut. It's one of those cheapy ones that came from China. I think it cost about $1.50. It was the perfect size for this space.
We had a warm springlike day today, but with lots of wind. Tomorrow, temperatures are going to start sliding backward again. They say we could even have some snow by week's end. Sheesh! I never know from day to day if I should wear my wool coat or a rain coat or just head out with no coat at all.
Thanks so much for stopping by, and remember to laugh--a little or a lot--every day.