Sunday, February 28

What I learned

I learned how to make this scored easel card last weekend at a SU party.   Cute huh?

I decided to make a few more of them yesterday.

First you cut a  12 x 4 piece of cardstock.   Score at 4 inches, 6 inches and 8 inches.   Fold the score lines so you have a mountain, valley and mountain…   Or  the shape of an ‘M’…  

Decorate the top flap.  and stand it up..   Decorate a small strip on the inside bottom flap.

Add a little button,  or a brad to the bottom inside flap.  That will help hold the card up.

Products Uses:   PTI – Petal Power background.  Blooming Button Bits.  CTMH – Sweet Leaf, Cranberry red, Vanilla cream.  Round punches. Buttons. My Minds Eye paper. Pearl brad. Twinkling H20’s.

Thanks Judy!

Enjoy! Create! Simplify!

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Diane said...

Hi Michelle! Aren't these easel cards awesome! I love them too!!
So fun to make! Yours is beautiful of course,anything you make is out of this world!!!

Scrappy Girl said...

I want to make one...or two...or ten! LOL

I love the red white and green color combo!

Pam Speidel said...

Would you believe I have not tried making one of these easel cards yets?! Love yours and you've made me want to try it now!
Read your comment on my blog and I don't have the corner punch *yet*'s on my wish list! :) I have seen a tutorial on lining up the two punches and they make it look super simple. I think it was Julie Buehler's blog. Not sure about that though. Happy Stamping! Smiles, Pam :)