I started off by using two of the smaller stitched rectangle dies to cut a frame from dark brown cardstock. I used the smaller of the two rectangle dies to die cut the sky from light blue cardstock. I then used the stitched hillside border dies to cut three hills from olive cardstock.
I glued the sky and grassy hills directly onto the background panel and used foam tape to mount the frames for a little added dimension. I then colored all of the images using Copic Markers and cut them out using the coordinating dies.
For the background panel, I used the A2-sized stitched rectangle die to cut three pieces of ivory cardstock. I then used a stitched border die to shorten the width of the panels. I then stamped the sentiments directly onto the panels. I die cut thin strips of pattern paper from the "Let's Polka: Mon Amie" using the medium stitched scalloped border and adhered the strips behind the background panels. To finish the cards, I mounted all of the layers onto khaki cardbases using foam tape.
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