Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Tutorial: In The Meadow half easel card


I really don’t know what’s come over me this year. I keep making projects which are so out of character that I hardly recognise myself. Now it’s time for another fancy fold – this time a half easel card using one of my new favourite stamp sets; In The Meadow. I teamed it with another new set, Perfect Pairings, which is free with a £45 order during Sale-a-Bration


I was surprised how easy this one was to make; it’s simply a case of sandwiching a flap between two pieces of card and sticking an image to it. I made lots of these, trying to perfect the design for a Make & Take. When I say “perfect”, sometimes this just means making sure I have enough of the right colour cardstock. 


I created a tutorial for you to download if you wish, although please do bear in mind that the measurements are in metric. But I’m sure you can adapt them. The tutorial is for the design you see below, but obviously you can switch the colours around to suit. I used the Botanical Blooms cardstock pack, as the colours lend themselves perfectly to the stamp set, and you can get all three in one pack, eight sheets of each. 







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