As with any and design, sometimes the hardest part can be "what colors do I use?" Unless I am specifically making a card for a baby shower or a wedding... I tend to stay with colors that I favor. That is exactly what I did here. My favorite color is purple, but my favorite color to stamp with is blue.
Inside there is a pocket to slip a card or other small notion to your recipient. Like the card you see? Maybe you missed my blog post from last week. Check it out here for the card details.
One piece of card stock cut to 8"x11". Score this on the long side at 5-1/4" and 5-3/4". This creates your cover. Another piece of card stock cut 5"x 2". Score this on the short side at 1" and 1-1/4". This creates the cover over the top of the notepad. Be careful when gluing this one that you only glue to the top of the notepad and not the paper. The last piece of card stock is cut 6-1/2"x 4-3/4". Score one short side and both long sides at 1/2" and 3/4". You will need to cut the corners away where the scoring lines cross. This creates your pocket. As for the front... decorate that as you wish!
***FYI... I strongly suggest using a liquid glue for all portions of assembly with this project. Double sided tape, glue dots, etc simply will not hold up.
Hop along with the other Friends of Unity and see their creations. Psst... There is also a giveaway!
Eileen Mathys (You're Here)
For the project shown, here are the materials I used:
You Make You (Unity Stamp Company)
Soft Suede (Stampin Up)
Crumb Cake (SU)
Vintage Creme (Papertrey Ink)
Dapper Demin (SU)
Marina Mist (SU)
Soft Sky (SU)
Tombow Mono Multipurpose Liquid Glue (SU)
Notepad used is 5"x8"