I did a little fussy cutting to give dimension to the butterflies and added a metal clock as well as a couple of metal corners. The chipboard "Believe" was painted using acrylic paint and then dabbed with a bit of distress ink. I outlined the edge with a bit of trim to enhance the print on the paper.
The second photo gives you a clear view of the front of the box.
The little label holder says "Country Garden" and works great as a drawer pull.
The inside was painted white and then lined with more of the Country Garden collection. I tried to use just the paper designs with blue hues.
Doing this ensures that a card will be available regardless to whether I give it as a gift myself or sell it to someone.
I've also gotten into the habit of making an envelope every time I make a card. It does save time in the long run although in some cases a handmade envelope just doesn't happen (smiles).
The right side has a pre-printed space for a personal note which I think is great.
Remember each month I will be giving away Spellbinders dies (3 each month) until I run out.