honeycomb hot air balloons from a few years ago) and I think it's so perfect with this shape. All I did was cut multiple balloon sections using the new Hot Air Balloon die, folded them, then attached them to each other. To create the trim, I cut the scalloped border twice and glued it together to create a piece long enough to wrap around. I did the same thing with the top edge of the balloon basket. So sweet!
Since I added the scallop trim around the balloon, this card can't be mailed flat, but would have to be put into a larger envelope or box, or hand delivered. If you wanted to be able to mail it in a normal envelope, you could leave off the trim and press the folds down. The recipient could fluff it up when they received it.
You can find the supplies I used from Elizabeth Craft Designs, Simon Says Stamp, and Amazon via the links below.
Make sure you check out Karen's blog tomorrow for a fantastic new tutorial and tons of glittery inspiration from the rest of the Designer Challenge team!