Well, I have done another card for the design team for The Printable Craft Shop - well two cards actually, 1 traditional design and 1 using the exact same papers but made into a completely different card. www.printable-craftshop.com.
Below I will go through how I made each card.
The card I used was a magic card, where you can open the card by folding back the side panels and fold back again and get a different view.
Using all products from The Printable Craft Shop which I printed out on 250 gsm card stock. I printed out the following items.
Two topper sheets
2 base card sheets (with backing paper printed on reverse)
2 part envelope
I cut all parts out and scored where indicated.
I used the following
1 A4 white card (made into A5 card blank
1 A5 piece black card
2 silver buckles - (from a punch)
I took the backing paper and trimmed to fit the front of the card but on the reverse side drew the shape of an apron.
I then cut this own and punched out two buckles from some scrap silver card stock and threaded them on to the straps of the overalls/apron, then stuck this on to the front of the card. I made a pocket from the scrap backing paper and stuck to the front of the card.
Using the topper sheet, I cut out the tools, saw, paint brush, etc and tucked them inside the pocket. I finished the card with a sentiment.
This is the finished alternative card, perfect for a man's card.
Happy crafting, TTFN