Its Lyndsey here, hope you have been enjoying our new Christmas releases this week, today I have a new Blog Project for you and I although I haven't used a Christmas image, I have used a newly released image - the very cute little Rufus Owl available in store for just £2.00.
So the card I am going to show you how to make is called a Triple Tier Easel Card
To Make this card you will need
2 x A4 White Card 250gsm or above
Set of Scalloped Circle Nesties
Set of Plain Circle Nesties
Promarkers - various colours
Butterfly & Flower punches
Trim a piece of white card into 3, fold in half and Die Cut out using the 3 largest scalloped nesties. Make sure that part of the nestie overhangs the fold.
You will now have 3 scalloped cards.
Score a line half way up across the front of each card & fold.
Stick the 3 cards together cascading from largest to smallest
Die Cut 4 scalloped circles from the 2nd sheet of white card
Stamp and colour the Rufus Owl image
Die Cut 3 plain circles & 1 small scalloped circle from patterned papers
Add the papers to each scalloped circle. Add the stamped image and sentiment to the smallest circle.
Attach each Scalloped Circle onto the front of each easel and the sentiment to front card to act as a stopper.
Using punches punch Butterflies & Flowers from white card & patterned paper
Add to card for decoration
Well I hope you have enjoyed and been inspired by my tutorial, please pop back later to see our last Christmas release.
Absolutely gorgeous Lyndsey & love the design...ReplyDelete
hugs and xxx
I love this card very creative and the little stamp is so cute xReplyDelete
Just so darn TWEET !!ReplyDelete
hugs Diane xx
Wow this is absolutely stunning. This looked so complicated until I looked at the instructions and now I'm thinking that maybe I could do one :DReplyDelete
oooh, such a lovely card, you've done our Rufus Owl proud! xxxReplyDelete
fabulous design and great tutorial, thank youReplyDelete
Wow this is wonderful Imust have a go.ReplyDelete
Thank you Shirley.
Wow, what a fabulous card, love it, thanks for the tutorial. Hugs linReplyDelete
Like the style. Have made a regular easel card. I know I have scallop Nesties and can use my Cricut for regular circles.ReplyDelete
This is brilliant and will be the perfect card shape for my friend who loves folded cards and has a birthday soon so thank you so much for the inspiration xReplyDelete
OOOOHHH lovely thanks so much for the tutorial ,i will have to have a go at making one of theseReplyDelete
Excellent! going to give this a try! Lisa xReplyDelete