Once you start looking, there are quite a few details...
...printing and layering patterned papers, Oh Baby letter stamping, printing/cutting out a tag, scallop-edge scissor-cutting here and there, and experimenting with tassel-making. Oh, and the main attraction... quilling a dragonfly.
A few tips in case you would like to make a similar card:
The dragonfly is made up of quilled marquise and oval tight coils in graduated sizes along with a tiny V scroll as the antennae. [quilling basics]
To make the silky tassel, I began by running a sharp pin repeatedly down the length of a piece of ribbon to fray it.... because hello, tassels are everywhere! My wardrobe might not always be in style, but I make sure my cards are, ha. Perhaps this is overthinking it, but I like the way the gossamer softness complements the delicate dragonfly.
Stamping the letters before cutting the squares makes the process much easier than trying to center the stamp in such a small space. (An even better tip: print an extra sheet in case you goof up a number of times... no need to ask how I know this.) Using a glue stick to adhere the squares is easier than dealing with sticky bits of doubled-sided tape and holds the corners down too.
I didn't have an envelope on hand that was the right size, but thanks to a YouTube video aptly titled How to Make an Envelope, I was shown how to create one for any size card (well, within reason) from just one sheet of printer paper. And it truly turned out looking like a professionally made envelope!
P.S. The uber-cute dachshund wrapping paper is from Vitamini Modern and the green ribbon is the same kind I used for the tassel.
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