I made a bunch of these white cards today - but I'm just posting four. They are so quick and easy. You do need the Cuttlebug and some embossing folders (large and small).
I also wanted to use a new Close To My Heart Stamp Set that I just got - I really like it - Soul Mates. All the following cards are stamped with the Close To My Heart Soul Mates Stamp Set. I also used Close To My Heart White Daisy Cardstock, Close To My Heart Sparkles and Embossing Powders.
This is so simple to make these cards - here's how. (1) Use a high quality white cardstock (Close To My Heart White Daisy) and cut it down to 8-1/2 X 5-1/5 and fold in half with crease at the top. (2) Place your small cuttlebug template in the corner, aligning it with the edges (your card can be folded - but the cb template is only on the front of the cs) (3) run this through the CB machine - you want your card to go through with the bottom first and the top folded edge last (not sideways) (4) now put the template on the right bottom corner and repeat (5) now line the template up in the center and repeat (6) put your card front face down in your 12" paper trimmer (around 1/4" or so) and run your bonefold over the cardstock to create a raised line on the front of the card (7) slide the card down and repeat this raised line above your cuttlebug image one or two lines. That's it - tie on a ribbon and your good to go.
Would like to give huge "Thank You" to StampinKub for his wonderful tutorial on how to Watermark with Photo Shop Elements. For a very long time I have wanted to add my name to my photo's but could never figure it out - Kurtis's tutorial is a video with voice of him telling you how to do it. So you can replay over and over until you have the hang of it. If your interested in learning this technique just click here: How To Create Watermarks. Also, thanks to all the nice ladies over at Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps and All That Scraps for steering me to Kurtis.