My version is very simple. I used a simple pale lavender window card and mounted floral vellum in the oval, glueing a dove grey insert behind it so you can write in the card without its showing through.I stamped my sentiment straight onto one decorative strip and used a narrow ribbon for the second. Add a fabric flower with a blingy brad heart, and I was done.
This card combines the 365 cards challenge with Technique Tuesday from the Stars and Stamps blog.- making a recipe card. Which ironically was directly inspired by 365 Cards 'recipe card' challenge a few weeks ago and adapted for OWH. A pocket card is a good thing for OWH because the person who gets it can write a nice long letter to send home to their family. I made the sentiment in Photoshop and the rest is pretty self-evident.
I made a booboo when I made today's card. I completely glitched on the white space at the bottom of the card and divided mine into quarters. I'll have to have another go at it. :( But I love the cards I made so I'll post them anyway. I made two today - I took a piece of fancy printed paper the size of my card front and carefully cut it on the diagonal, using the pieces to make a pair of cards. These are also pocket cards. This card design is also doing double-duty for Stars and Stamps - today's Midweek challenge is to make a masculine and feminine version of an 'Anytime card'.
Here is my feminine pocket card with cute little flowers... I cut up a punched vine to get leaves small enough.
And here is a more manly version.