Easel Card-Debbie’s View

 

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 A Little Cupcake
By:  Debbie Ebat, Artistic Guide

Finished card size:  6" x  4.25"

Supplies:
Stamps:
Sweet Thing (Penny Black)

Saying (Morning Star)
Paper:
light yellow for card base, cut at 6 X 8.25 inches (from stash)

light yellow for card topper, cut at 6 X 4.25 inches (from stash)
2 pieces dark pink card stock cut at 5.75 X  4.75 inches (from stash)
patterned paper-2 sheets of Sweet Cakes 6 X 6 pad, cut at 5.25 by 4.5 inches (Doodlebug)
light green card stock (from stash)
Ink:
Memento Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko)

Copic Markers:  (.too)
E21, E55, E25, E57, E51,E27

W0, E00, E02
R20, R29
Dies:
Mini Flourish one (Cheery Lynn Designs)

Circle (Spellbinders)
Floral Doily Motifs (Spellbinders)
Labels Ten (Spellbinders)
Grand Calibur (Spellbinders)
Supplies:
Score Board (Martha Stewart)

Red Double stick Tape (Recollections)
mounting tape (from stash)
Trendy Tape (Queen & Co)
glitter Gem Flowers (Paper Studio)
Dries Clear Adhesive (Art Glitter)
Glue Dots (Thermo -Web)

Directions:

I was excited to try this month's project.  I have always wanted to make an Easel Card, but I never took the time to do it.  And I have to say that they are so amazing I made three.  Each is a little different, but only one was used for this project.

  1. I started by cutting the base card stock (the light yellow) to 6 X 8.25 inches.  Then I scored it per the easel card directions.    I wanted my Card a little bigger then the directions, so I adjusted  the length of the paperIMG_1056
  2. I used the store brand of red tape from Michael's to hold the easel portion of the card .IMG_1058
  3. Then I colored my stamped image from Penny Black, cut her out using a circle die from Spellbinders and mounted her on the Spellbinders Floral Doily.IMG_1055
  4. Next, I added the die cut flourishIMG_1059
  5. And then the flowers.IMG_1060
  6. The saying was raised up from the base of the card with foam mounting tape.IMG_1062
close up of front of card

close up of front of card

I am definitely going to do more easel cards.  They're a lot of fun.

Thanks for stopping by,

Debbie


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  1. I have seen this cute little image before. I love it . Just so cute. Great coloring and color combination on your card.

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