Each of the inside panels were cut 2 1/2" by 6 1/2". For the first panel, I created a border with temporary tape and sponged with a light caramel ink. Then I stamped Repeat Impression's Divi Tree three times. I removed the border tape and stamped the Divi Tree and Joy & Good Wishes in black. On the second panel I die cut a window with a die from Tonic Studios and stamped RI's "Dream Calligraphy" in black. Here is a picture of the next two panels:
I simply stamped RI's beautiful fan in the corners and the Sanskrit "Look to this Day" advice on the third panel. I decided the advice and wishes would be perfect for a graduate, so I stamped the graduation congratulations in red and cut out with an oval stitched die cut from My Creative Time. I punched the bottom of the last panel to match the top and left plenty of room to write a personal note and sign the card. This is how the card looks from the top when it is standing up for display:
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I am entering this card in the Anything Goes challenges at Crafty Catz and Jo's Scrap Shack.