For this card you'll need a 12 x 5.5 piece of paper, I'm using textured So Saffron. You'll also need a piece of white, or any neutral color, cut to 7.5x5.5. Other supplies you'll need are sticky strip, scissors and a large punch-I'm using the 1 3/4 circle. So let's get started!
Score the white cardstock on the 7.5 inch side at 3 3/4. Score the So Saffron cardstock on the 12 inch side at 3 1/2 and 7 3/4.
After you score your saffron piece you'll notice that one side is larger then the other (to be exact it will be 4 1/4). That is the side that you'll glue the white piece on. ONLY put adheisive on half of it and line it up to the top of the saffron piece. NOTE: YOUR SCORE LINES WILL NOT LINE UP. You don't want them to. That's all part of the magic of the card.
Fold the smaller saffron piece OVER the white cardstock and use your punch to punch your circle out. Make sure you punch it as FAR away from the edge as possible. I use a pencil and lightly mark where my punch lines up with the white so you know where to stamp.
Stamp your image. It's ok if it doesn't fit on the white completely the only part you're going to see when it's done is the part viewed through the punched hole.
Color your image if needed and erase the pencil marks.
Use your scissors to cut the corners off of your white piece. Cut out as much as you can without cutting into the punched viewing area.
Put a small amount of sticky strip on the corners right above your score line. Open and close the card and make sure that none of the white touches the sticky strip when it's opened and closed. If it does cut a little more off the white until your card opens and closes smoothly.