To create this card, you take an A2 base card and affix flaps to both the right and the left of the card. For the left flap I used the largest of the Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels 10 and for the right flap I used the oval shape from my Creative Memories cutting system. Once you've attached both the right and left flaps you can cover it with a sheet of card stock cut slightly smaller (seen in white). The image I used is called Guitar Kody and he is a digi stamp from Some Odd Girl colored with various Copics. Isn't he just adorable? The blue papers (both solid and patterned are from K&Company.)
Because the flaps of the card overlap and don't necessarily lay flat, I've used a button (adhered with a glue dot) to tuck the right flap under without having to tie it down. There are a number of other ways you could keep the card closed...but this was the best way to close it without interfering with the image.
I think he came out super cute...and I think he also fits with this month's OWH Bootcamp lesson of creating a strong focal point for your card. Don't your eyes just go right to his? If you haven't checked out Paula's OWH bootcamp, jump right over. There are some great lessons to be learned and the homework is always fun!