The image & background papers are from the safari section of Jane Netley Mayhew Collection CD. Here is the card & how I made it follows;
and here is a close up of the main image
I started by selecting several images of the cheetah in different sizes & the background paper with the head repeated across it. The other background paper came from one of the other images on the cd. I decided an easel card would be the way to go - just can't stop making these. I covered the base card with the paw print background paper on the outside. The main image is layered onto copper coloured thick paper. I then cut carefully around the cheetahs head from one of the other images, but left the straight left side & bottom intact. I then placed it over the first image with 3d pads. Copper ribbon was wrapped around the front flap of the card & the main image stuck over it. For the lower panel I used the other background paper, then used a strip of the "head" background paper layered onto another piece of copper paper which was put on foam pads to create the "stop". Two of the smaller images were then mounted on copper paper too & stuck either side of the main image on the stop. A little embellishing with copper peel-offs completed the picture.
I am having trouble finding the right weight card to put through my printer as it is one of those that takes the card through to the back as it prints & then turns it over to come back out at the front again the other way up. So I need to find card that will roll easily.