Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here with an easel card. Easel cards may look complicated to create, but they are really easy to make and so much fun too.
I created the easel card from Brown Glitter Cardstock. The top layers are cut from the new Saffron Sunrise Cardstock, which is a pretty double sided cardstock.
For some added dimension, I tore a strip of Brown Glitter Cardstock and Saffron Sunrise cardstock, adding it to the left side of the card. The image was stamped and colored with Copic Markers and added to Brown Glitter Cardstock. Dew Drops were scattered around the card and placed adjacent to the sentiment.
Thanks for stopping by today.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Butterflies and Flowers Easel Card
Welcome to my blog. I've been married to Gary for 34 years. We have a 20 year old Criminal Justice college student and 6 year old pup. I've been creating in some form since I was a child. It started with crochet, sewing, macramé and beading. Turning down a scholarship to the Fashion Institute of Technology, I became a business major managing several major corporations during my career; however, I always kept my crafty endeavors. I love to teach classes and can be found teaching in my craft room as well as my local stores.