Sunday, 2 June 2013

Pink Easel Cards


Here are 2 beautiful easel cards using some of the fab Stampin' Up! framelet dies to make up the layers.  They are both the same idea just a variation of the papers and stamps used.  A really simple card to make you just simply crease the front of a top fold card in the middle to make the folded section at the front and make sure you have a stopper of some sort on the bottom card to make it stand up.  You can use any shape on the front section but does look special with a shaped die or punch topper. The top card uses the pleated ribbon technique for the stopper and the bottom card is simply buttons layered up pretty to make the stopper.  To get the camoflague effect it is simply the tree tops from the Serene Sillhouetes stamp set stamped over and over with the 2 different inks. 

I got the idea of using the framelet dies and having a blank one inside to write your message off one of my lovely demo friend's Issy as she made a simlar card for our lovely demo pal Linda for her birthday.


 

MATERIALS USED
 
CARD - Melon Mambo - Basic Black - Whisper White

STAMP SETS - Serene Sillhouettes - Teeny Tiny Wishes
INK – Melon MAmbo - Basic Black - Old Olive

PAPERS - Brights DSP pad
TOOLS - Daubers for the inked edges

RIBBON - White ribbon coloured with Melon Mambo Markers
PUNCH - Word Window







MATERIALS USED
 
CARD - Melon Mambo - Basic Black - Whisper White

STAMP SETS - Punch Bunch  - Serene Sillhouettes - Blooming Marvelous
INK – Pool Party - Basic Black

MARKERS - Pool Party - Calypso Coral - Daffodil Yellow
PAPERS - Brights DSP pad
TOOLS - Daubers for the inked edges 

BUTTONS - Brights collection tub


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