Supplies:
Piece of plain cardstock measuring 4 2/8 X 11 1/2
Strip patterned cardstock measuring 3″ wide and at least 5 1/2″ long
Strip patterned cardstock measuring 1″ X 3″
Piece of plain cardstock measuring 3 1/2″ X 3 1/2″
Piece of plain cardstock measuring 4″ X 3″
2 grommets or brads

Score the long piece of cardstock at the 1 1/8″, 5 1/4″, and 5 3/4″ marks
Turn the cardstock over so that the non-colored side shows
Fold the 1 1/8″  up (to show color), and make the other folds in the card (now it’s starting to look like a matchbook)


Pierce and brad (or grommet) the edges of the 1 1/8″ fold.  do not tape (this is where we’ll “tuck in” the top flap)
Tape the 3″ X 5 ” strip of patterned cardstock cross-ways across the top flap of the card.  Cut off excess overhang, so it matches corner of the card
Tape the 1″ X 3″ strip of patterned cardstock across the bottom fold
Stamp the 3 1/2 ” X 3 1/2″ piece of cardstock as you please and tape across the front of card
Stamp the 4″ X 3″ piece of cardstock as you please and tape to the inside of the card


Decorate with ribbon or hardware, if you like, until you think your card is “finished”
Fold the top flap into the bottom fold – just as you would a matchbook.

Ta- Da!!