Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Happy Easter Easel Card


Hi everyone, thanks for stopping by. 

Steph here today and this month we are working with the Robin's Nest Spring Collection and images from Altered Pages with whom we are teaming up this month.


This lovely image is from Altered Pages and I dressed her up a bit by adding dew drops to the flowers in her hat.  The ribbon is also from Altered Pages and was the perfect texture and color to add to this card.



This easel card is easy to create when you use your Scor-Pal. 
Cut cardstock 5 1/2" x 11"
Score at 2 3/4" and 5 1/2"
The 2 3/4" score line acts as the easel.
Adhere a second layer of cardstock to the easel which was cut 5 1/2" x 5 1/2".





I  used the Bunny Cardstock which is a double sided cardstock with bunnies on one side and stripes on the other.  I used the stripes for the top layer and the bunnies for the bottom layer, cutting each piece 5" x 5" to allow the underlying cardstock to show.







The abstract paper layer is the reverse side of the Green Butterflies Glitter Cardstock.  I thought it coordinated quite well with the Altered Pages image.  This piece was cut 4" x 4" and then matted with red cardstock.





 
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 Thanks for stopping by today.

Steph
 

12 comments:

Lyneen said...

Oh my gosh! How cute it this! What a darling Easter easel card!!!! Thanks for sharing AlteredPages!

Tonya said...

What an adorable card! Love the colors and the little girl image. Great job!!!

Barbara Rankin said...

This is such a fun, adorable Easter card. Love the collage image, and you really did a great job matching your paper colors with the image.

Robin O'Crowley said...

So, so cute!

trisha too said...

Super Easter card--so cute!

:)

Jean M said...

that is really darliong and I love all the colors you pulled together for a fun and cheerful card!

Steph S. said...

So very cute! I love every inch of it! :-)

Jackie said...

Thank you for showing how to make a easel card. It is very sweet!

Anonymous said...

How perfectly sweet! Marlene

Melodee Isaacs said...

This is too cute!!! Love the colors and the card itself. I have always wanted to know how to crate one of these. Thank you for sharing!!

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Lee Brehon said...

this is such a sweet card, I love the brightness and charm it has. Well done.

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