There is an added theme each month and this month it is to include a stamped image. I created this "wave" card just for fun and, of course, I made it into a nautical card with my sun as the stamped image. It's easier than it looks to cut the wave; the trick is in lining it up when gluing or taping it together. I'm sure in most places, the freedom of working with a glue stick would be most helpful, but it is so dry here, we cannot use glue sticks. I had to try again, learning from the first one. Here is a video tutorial that I found with a link to the template. I dry embossed the background paper using my stylus with an embossing folder, so I could control the cloud placement. I added stickles to my sunshine; even my brightest orange ink did not pop enough.
A few tips: There is a lot of cutting and scoring, so use your most comfortable knife (I prefer the Fiskars finger knife) and a scoring tool (like the Scor-Buddy) to make it easier. Scor the dotted lines before you cut. Scor the top and bottom lines where the tutorial shows a little cut. It's too easy to overcut and ruin your hard work; scoring worked very well. Mount the wave to your card before you decorate, just in case it goes wonky. Use cardstock for the wave; printer paper just doesn't do it. If you go off course while cutting, bring the cut back against the ruler gradually. Most of all, have fun!