The actual image when stamped is an open grill, with no top. But I noticed the curved shape looked like it could double as a perfectly symmetrical cover if inverted, soooo....
Stamp the image on your mat, and then stamp just the top of the grill again and cut out the rounded part (cutting off the handles), as shown below.
Flip it over so you no longer see the grill and patties, color, and hinge it to the top of your complete grill image with a brad at the side, really very simple! Open, close! Open, close, can you smell those burgers yet?? (mmmm, bur-gers...) Here the grill is just partially closed so you can see the movement, but it's amazing: it is a perfect match when "shut" all the way, leaving that skinny little lip around the edge! :) Now you can lock in all that smoky goodness! ;)
I think I managed to choke my husband up a little this evening when I showed him this card! I think a thousand or so girly cards later they were all starting to look alike to him(go figure!) , but tonight he said (with complete seriousness),"Sweetheart...that is the BEST thing you've EVER done!" LOL!! "It take a grill!"
These awesome Phillips head brads (also come in flat head!)are new Gina K bling which will be available for purchase on Sunday the 20th after the release party in the SCS Gina K forum! Gotta get some for your embellishment stash, as the boys in you life may be getting a wee bit tired of Primas! ;) The grill is colored with Copics, I'm really starting to dig these!! The CS is SU! Real Red and the DPs are from a generic value pack(stripes, argyle(and plaid) are my "go to" guy patterns for cards).Sneak peek tomorrow of the NEW FREE WITH THREE set!!(my favorite yet!)More sneak peeks and links to other design team members newest creations, check them out!
Hint #2: 50