First of all a Martha Stewart punch around the page set is required.
I used the "Deco Flowers" punch set for my punch around the page. My designer paper and card stock is Basic Grey (pretty sure it is). I used one of my Recollections flowers and added a little stickles to it for a little shine.
The image is from Rick St. Dennis, and I colored her using copic markers YG99,97, Y19,21,23, E39,37,13,11,00, C0, 03 and 01. The banner and the circle was cut using a Spellbinders die. I added a few pearls to finish my card.
After you punch around the page you create a template to use when creating your corners.
Here is a close-up of the resulting corner once you use the double-punch technique.
I thought this was such a cool technique and now I can't remember where I found it.
All I can remember is the site name was "Beehive" but try as I may I can't seem to find it again.
Additionally, I know I had to translate the instructions to English.
If anyone finds it or knows the author please let me know so I can give them credit for sharing the tutorial.
On the inside I decided to mimic the front and on the left I added a stamped sentiment.
On the final card after I took this picture I used my prismacolor pencils to color the waterfall, grass and hillside.
I would like to enter this card in the following challenges.
A Gem of A Challenge - Easter/Spring (3/23)
Catch the Bug - March Bingo Challenge (3/23)
My Sheri Crafts - Challenge #106 Easter (3/29)
My Time to Craft - Challenge #213 Bunnies
One Stop Craft - Challenge #220 Anything Goes
Paper Creators Crafts - Challenge #6 Spring Has Sprung
Sweet Stampin - Challenge Easter
My Creative Moments - Word Play Challenge Saturday "Springtime"
Chocolate Coffee & Cards - Challenge 35 Bring On Spring
I will post the steps for this technique later in my tutorials section for anyone that would like to have it but if I find the original tutorial I will post the link there as well.
Well my friends, time has flown by once again and nighttime has fallen. I wish you well until tomorrow when I shall return to share more of my crafting world.