Are you ready for another challenge over at Cardz 4 Guyz - our male-themed challenge blog? Well this week Helen has chosen a new theme and we would love to see your 'EASEL' projects this time. Here's what I made for my DT inspiration ...
I used the traditional 'easel' shape, but included a twist by adding a transparent topper! The main card measures 6x6" and is folded in the traditional way. I then used one of my Spellbinder dies to cut away the topper shape. Next I cut a blue frame using the same shaped die and added a piece of acetate behind it, before securing the Wellington Bear topper. A little band of blue and my sentiment forms the stopper on the bottom. A few die-cut stars and some adhesive pearls to finish off. Ta da!
Hope you can join us this week with your own makes.
Hugz, Jan xx
Oh I do adore Wellington! It was Wellington that got me card making in the first place!ReplyDelete
Fab design too. Love the stars. x
Love your cute bear and fabulous card.ReplyDelete
How clever, I wondered how it was suspended, thanks for the information. A lovely card, thanks for your wonderful inspiration for the challenge at Cardz 4 Guyz. CazReplyDelete
loving the design and mixture of colour choices, so funky xReplyDelete
Love your twist on an easel card, great idea to take it up a level. :)ReplyDelete
Wow! Your card is terrific! I love the die cut focal area.ReplyDelete
By the way, your little helper and baby girl are adorable!
What a clever card, the image looks as if it is floating in mid air! Really stunning card.ReplyDelete
Love the way you've done this Jan very clever xReplyDelete