A variety of Spellbinders® dies were used on this multi-page card as well as--you guessed it--Copic® markers! (I created the additional pages by simply gluing the back panel of one card to the front panel of a second card.)
This gatefold card I made for my daughter's birthday features a hidden message beneath the front image (revealed when the left flap is opened) as well as a place for a gift card on one side and cute tag on the other. Again I used some of that wonderful Confetti paper from PaperWishes® , Copic® markers for all coloring, and one of the Eyelet Square dies by Spellbinders® to make the frame for the front image.
I decided to skip the traditional cap and gown elements on this graduation card and went with roses and a butterfly instead. Even the patterned paper I used both inside and out isn't the typical graduation fare, but one of the fun designs in the "Confetti" paper pack from PaperWishes.
I chose several Spellbinders Nestabilities® dies (Labels 4 and the Deckled Rectangles) to add interest to both the front and inside of the card.
As usually tends to be the case with me these days, Copic Markers® were my go-to coloring option.