I have to admit I found it rather fiddly and counterintuitive working the front design around the scored fold line, and if I want a frame like this again I'll probably use the Step Pop-Up Card from Resources, which would have a very similar effect to the A2 version I used from the video, but with a fully flat front.
But I had fun making this, and am happy to send this to the person I had in mind while I was making it. In case you can't see the sentiment on the inside, it says "I think you need a purramedic".
For the front I used a brick wall stencil from The Order of the Planner, with Antique Linen distress. The border is Flowers from Neverland, from Unity, coloured in assorted shades of blue including Stickles. The little cat is IO. The die-cut Purr, Purr uses a Memory Box alpha set.
For the inside, I used the same brick wall stencil. The window is IO, lined at the back with acetate, and a little strip of a die-cut lace border at the top. The cats are Les Chats Russes from Katzelkraft, the inside one is on a pop-up element.
Date: Sunday, June 13, 2021 GMT Views: 282
Registered: February 27, 2007 Location: Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin Posts: 23445
Mon, Jun 14, 2021 @ 7:24 AM
That fold in the front makes the card sag...darn it. I will look at your other suggestion, maybe I've done that one. I do love what you did, I wonder who will be the lucky recipient. I have an idea but......someone I know?
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Registered: June 3, 2016 Location: near Lourdes in France Posts: 44882
Mon, Jun 14, 2021 @ 8:34 AM
I didn't have problems with the scored line just think it will be the roof of your frame display, but I like the other fold too, I love the funny scene you've created with these cats and love the brick wall, the front is great with the cat walking on the score line!!
Registered: February 19, 2011 Location: Fullerton, CA Posts: 4550
Mon, Jun 14, 2021 @ 3:18 PM
What a great card to sent to a friend who might need a pick-me-up. Love the pun, but that sleeping cat eyeing the cat in the window just cracks me up. What a fun card. Fab job, even if it was "fiddly". Hugs.