Bookcase Arch Shaped Greeting Card

Here is an uplifting and heartfelt bookcase arch shaped greeting card.  It is perfect for book lovers.  

Just like wildflowers & well loved books, you bring joy to my soul.

I love the heartfelt message.

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To make this bookcase arch shaped greeting card, begin by making a stamped panel from white cardstock and bookcase stamping.  Then, die-cut using a small matching nesting arch die.  Also, color in the stamping.  I used Copic markers, but use what you have.  Next, select a color card base and trim a sheet of cardstock in half, 4 1/4" wide x 8 1/2" long.  Die-cut using the largest arch nesting die, meeting in the uncut middle section.  See the video for the steps.  Also trim or die-cut an inside card liner in white.  Then, score and fold the card base.  Also, trim the score line if needed to make an even fold.  Finally, layer it all onto the card base inside and out, to finish.

Trim or die-cut the arch base using a die shape approximately 10 1/2" x 4".
Score at 5 1/4" for a top fold shape card.
Envelope A2 size

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These are more photos from the front side of the card.

And another look.

Check out this short video showing the process.

For even more creative card making ideas and step-by-step techniques, go see my card making classes. I have an array of online class video bundles, individual courses and an optional all-access Gold Club membership. There is something for everyone. 
Go look around in My card classes online. This project is included in the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge ~ Anything Goes Thank you for visiting.
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