I wanted to make a card for a friend's 80th birthday. I struggle with ideas for men's cards, but saw this design in Papercraft Essentials magazine and thought it would be perfect.
I matted a 9cm square of white cardstock onto mustard Moondust cardstock, then onto dark blue Moondust cardstock. I then fixed this onto the front of a white tent-fold card blank. I cut four 4cm squares of co-ordinating Nancy Watt papers (which were a magazine freebie) and used my Woodware corner roucnder to round two corners of each square. These were then glued to the card front. I tied embroidery thread through a blue star button and used tacky glue to attach it to the card. I printed a sentiment on white card and used foam tape to attach it to the card.
As I had more squares of paper, I made another birthday card.