I've enjoyed swaps where 2 people get the same supplies and are to use them to make a card. It's always fun to see how two cards using the same materials can be very different. In this case, I used that idea myself. A few days ago I made a card using these materials - Georgette Lace squares (Tattered Lace die) cut out of black paper, and focal made by fussy cutting the focal off another card. It looked like this:
For more on that card, check the older blog post here. This time, as you can see, I made an easel card. I added a bit more black mat around the border of the lace squares & mounted the larger square on a piece of white card stock. I used ribbon instead of washi tape for embellishment. I also added some Dazzles stickers around the smaller lace square on the inside of the card. Flowers used inside the card were what was left over from the previous card (where I had cut some flowers from a 2nd card for the inside). Instead of leaving the flowers in the grouping as they were, I cut the smaller one off and put the larger two up on foam tape (to hold my easel panel in place). Same pretty focal & die cut - quite a different card.