|VELLUM PEEK-A-BOO CARD|
|INSIDE THE CARD|
A piece of decorative paper is stuck to the front of a singlefold white Regal Craft card, and a sticker is placed on top (I've used a
Sparklelight sticker from Regal SLS2009).
Cut vellum large enough to wrap around the card (i.e. the same height as the unfolded card, and every so slightly wider) and fold it in half.
Slip it over the card and mark (in soft pencil) the corders of the sticker, then remove, and either use a punch upside down or tape on a square die to cut out a window in the vellum. (You can also use a craft knife). Put a small piece of double sided tape just over the fold on the back of the white card, and carefully place the vellum over the top. (You might want to do a test run first to make sure the window is in the right place).
Double sided tape can be seen through the vellum so you can either put it on carefully and leave it "as is" or add a border sticker or strip of paper over the top. (If it really worries you, you can always sew the two layers together - three or 5 holes and some decorative thread are probably best as vellum tends to perforate with sewing machined lines)
Add a charm and greeting on the outside, and a different sticker and a paper border (matching the front of the card) to the inside and you're done.
In reality the patterned paper can be seen more clearly under the vellum on the front of the card, and the contrast between the shine of the sticker and the matte finish of the overlay is quite pronounced