My project is a circular easel card inspired by the WWII RAF roundel. I say 'inspired by' because I've taken liberties with the sizes of the circles - err, I did mention my aircraft obsession, didn't I? :-) The red circle is larger than in real life, something I did to make the background to the Spitfire less cluttered. The blue circle is too small too, and this just came down to how large my circle dies were. The yellow circle is hand cut to fit the card blank, but hand cutting the blue circle would have looked less clean against the yellow.
I've attached the spitfire using a curved piece of acetate. It's a really simple way of getting nice movement and depth into a project without adding thickness for postage. You need to use thin acetate, as the thick stuff won't stay curved, and if your attachment is light, you might need to add a couple of light folds in the acetate, as I have here.
I hope you like it. Happy crafting!
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