1. For the card front: To create the easel fold, open the card, bring the front edge in to the center fold, and crease. Unfold it and close the card, placing it with the center fold at the top. Cut 6"x4½" X-Ray Flowers blue border cardstock and ink the edges with Royal Blue. Cut it in half, creating two 6"x2¼" panels. Glue them to the front panels so they meet at the easel fold. Place two silver straight line Dazzles™ on the front as shown, trimming the excess.
2. Open the card, center the 3¼" circle die on the front, and die cut the window. Die cut a 4¼" circle from acetate. Die cut a frame from white cardstock by placing the 3¼" die inside the 4¼" die. Glue the frame to the acetate circle, aligning the edges. Die cut a scalloped frame from blue cardstock by placing the 3¼" circle die inside the 3⅞" scalloped circle die. Glue the scalloped frame to the white frame, aligning the inner edges. Glue the window just to the lower front panel, aligning the openings.
3. Die cut X-Ray Flower petals for two blossoms, two calyxes, four leaves, and two stems from vellum. Ink the petals with Orchid and all the greenery with Shamrock. Follow the package directions to construct two blossoms, then glue them to the window, trimming the stems along the inner window edge.
4. Make a 4-loop bow with swirl sheer ribbon and tie the center with thread, then lace a light blue pearl in the center. Glue the bow over the flower stems as shown. Cut out the “just for you” label and foam tape it in the upper left corner.
5. For the inside: Cut 5½"x5" X-Ray Flowers lavender border cardstock and ink the edges with Orchid. Die cut, ink, and construct another blossom as for the front, then glue it to the lower left corner. Place silver straight line Dazzles™ near the upper and lower edges, trimming the excess. Glue the cardstock centered on the inside.
6. Cut out the “life is better…” label, ink the edges with Orchid, and foam tape it as shown, making sure it’s covered when the card is closed. To display the card, open the front and fold it on the easel fold, tucking the lower front edge behind the raised sentiment.