1. For the card & front: Trace the card base pattern and transfer the cutting and scoring lines to maroon cardstock. Cut out the card, then cut the two solid lines. Score on the dashed lines, then crease the scores in mountain and valley folds as the pattern directs.
2. Trace and cut the front paper pattern from Fairy Garden yellow floral cardstock with flowers across the bottom. Glue it centered on the card front. Trace and cut the right and left paper patterns from Fairy Garden black floral cardstock with flowers on the outer curved edges. Glue both in place on the side panels.
3. Wrap ⅛" wide grosgrain ribbon around the front, ¾" from the top, and glue the ends near the right front edge. Make a 4-loop bow with the same ribbon and tie the center with thread, then glue it over the ribbon ends.
4. Die cut two fairies from black cardstock, then glue them together, aligning the edges. Cover the front with sparkle ink and let dry, then foam tape her to the card front as shown. Foam tape the two Fairy Garden greeting cutouts to the front as shown.
5. Cover the front of the chipboard fairy shown with Black ink and let dry. Cover it with sparkle ink and let dry, then glue her to the labels as shown. Trim a Royal Posie leaf to ¾" long and glue it over the bow center, then glue a ¾" blossom on top.
6. For the inside: Cut 6"x2¼" Fairy Garden yellow lacy cardstock with the lace at the top and glue it to the inside, aligning the upper edge with the card’s folds. Trim the excess along the card’s side edges. Mat the two Fairy Garden cutouts shown on black cardstock with narrow borders, then glue and foam tape them to the inside as shown. Knot a 3" length of ⅛" wide maroon grosgrain ribbon and glue it as shown.