I decided to repurpose a card I had already started making. I find dry embossing starts to break down the cardstock fibres and so a card with a top fold like this one isn't always as stable as I like my cards to be. Cutting it down and mounting it on a Bermuda Bay card base helps give a bit more stability. Did you know that paper has a grain? Ever tried tearing an article out of a newspaper or magazine and it tears lovely one way but all wonky the other way? It is easier to tear along the grain and you get a nice even finish. Tearing against the grain always makes the tear go astray or you end up with a jagged edge. I once did a bookbinding class and was taught all about the grain and how to find out which way it runs. Our A4 cardstock usually has the grain running vertically. If in doubt, flex your cardstock or paper in half vertically and horizontally, the way it flexes with the least resistance is the direction that the grain runs.
Anyway, hope that little bit of trivia didn't bore you too much. Here is my card made with Every Day Adventure retired Project Life pack.
I used wrinkle free distress which is one of my favourite techniques and am quite please with the way my card turned out as I don't normally use geometric designs.