Today I'm going to show you how I put this card together. Stamps (both rubber and digital) or decoupage etc. could be used to replace one or more of the photos.
I used a ready made card base in dark green. The folded card is 17.7 x 12.6 cm (approx 7 x 5 inches).
I took the hybrid approach to this card, but you could easily use traditional paper crafting supplies for it. I used a kit by Meredith Cardall that she sent to me and my daughter as a gift called Christmas Wishes.
For hybrid set-up your software page to just slightly smaller than the card base (17 x 12 cm for me).
Choose some patterned papers and layer up as shown below. Add a greeting along the centre-top. If you are going hybrid then remember to add drop shadows to the upper paper layers and the letters.
Stick onto the card base with dry adhesive or double sided tape.
Cut 3 pockets approx 5.5 x 4.5 cm.
Layer papers and photos etc onto the pockets. My photos were cropped to 5 x 4 cm.
When the pockets are ready, place thin doublesided tape along the 2 sides and bottom of the pocket and then stick to the card.
Cut 3 tags to fit inside the pockets, punch holes and add ribbon or string etc.
Add any finishing touches and embellishments.
As I'm using a dark colour for the card base, I made an insert to stick to the inside.
This style of card can be used for many occasions with different titles, pictures and papers etc, have fun and I'd love to see any that you make. Blessings to you all from Angela.