I stamped the camper image onto another piece of watercolor paper using Versamark ink and heat set the image using white embossing powder. I then colored in the image with some inks and paint brush then fussy cut the camper out. By embossing the image it made it super easy to watercolor.
I decided to make the scene into a circle shape and was going to place that onto the front of my card but got the idea to put the scene inside and the camper on the outside. I used the now retired Circle Framelits to cut out the window in the front of the card that was slightly smaller than the circle I used to cut out the scene. This way you could see the scene through the front of the card and when you opened it, you see the entire circle.
To finish the card, I embossed a layer of crumb cake that had the same circle cut out with the Woodgrain embossing folder and adhered that to the front of the card. The card is an A2 side folding card made from thick whisper white cardstock. I added some twine to the side of the card to give the front a little more interest since I didn't add a sentiment to the front.