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Inside and Outside Part 2

You have seen what you can do to provide an easy writable surface on the inside of a dark card base.  Now we are going a step further to what can be done to make the interior of your card match the exterior.

In card front 1a you see a very simple elegant design.  On the interior, 1b, is a phrase that has been layered onto a matching dark pink paper and trimmed with a scallop decorative scissors.  This helps "pull" the card design together.

2a is another easy card front design with the print paper seen on the interior (2b) in a scallop die cut.

Now take a look at another dark card base (3a) and the white interior (3b).  Note that the corner punch used on the interior liner in 3b has flourishes to match those on the card front.

4a is a card front using scrapbook paper from DCWV's La Creme stack attached to duplex card stock card base.  (this duplex paper has black columns on one side and tan on the other)  On  the inside (4b) you will see that the scallops from the front of the card are repeated.

 


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  1. Great ways to connect the inside and outside together. Thanks for the ideas.