This is not a simple card to make, but I think it's worth the effort. Here's what I did:
1. Use a large circle die to cut out a folded card base out of acetate. (I folded mine "hamburger" style for all you teachers out there!) Leave a section at the top of the card inside the die; this will make the hinge for the card. Watch this video, if my instructions don't make sense!) Crease the section of the circle you left uncut with a bone folder to help the acetate lay down.
2. Using the same size die, create a circle for the inside of the card and the back of the card. (This is where your message for the recipient will go.)
3. Use the same size die and the one nested just smaller than it. If you don't have a set, find one that will leave you with a 1/4" ring when you cut them out one inside the other.
4. Stamp, color, and fussy cut a kimono.
5. Attach the large circle pieces inside and on the back of the acetate card. Be as accurate as possible because misalignment will show.
6. Attach the ring to the front of the acetate card, I used four drops of Glossy Accents at 12, 3, 6, and 9. Again, try to be precise.
7. Attach the kimono to the front of the card.
8. Stamp the sentiment inside the card.
9. Add detailing to ring and the stamen of the flowers and allow to dry.
10. Congratulate yourself for an awesome card. You're a pro!