I found this layout on-line, and I modified it to have a more "Fall" color scheme based on the colors in the Petals & Paisley's DSP stack (these papers are just go-juss). This was the "complicated" project for the September stamp club meeting. It really isn't hard to create a tent card, but as is frequently the case there are a few steps that you need to do in a certain order. Honestly, the trickiest bit was probably tying the linen thread around the top of the jar. The first part of the knot tends to loosen while you're creating the second part. I don't have a great tip to prevent that, but perhaps there is a great tip online – gotta love "the Google".
One of the gals took the general layout and re-created it for a different card a day or two after our meeting. I LOVE it when people can use what they've learned to make more things that they need. I was also really happy to be able to showcase this fantastic stamp set/Framelit bundle that came out with the new catalog in June. There are a couple of really cool sets in the Holiday catalog that also coordinate with the Framelits, so you can really get a lot of mileage out of them.