Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Magnolia Tilda Image Easel Card!

Click any photo to enlarge!Hello everyone! Here is another easel card I made. Terry sent this Magnolia image and some other images, pattern paper, embellisments and a handmade card to me in March. Terry has been following my blog and she is one of the sweetest bloggers out here and she makes some gorgeous cards. Thank you so much again, Terry. I really love this image I had to make a card with it. The top photo is how the Easel card looks when it is opened.
I colored Tilda in with my Bic Mark it permanent markers. I don't have any Copic markers. I added some foamie stars, red ribbon, some gems and pop dot to give it some dimension. I cut the oval out with Plantin SchoolBook, USA and yellow stars was cut out with Stand and Salute Cartridge. I pen stitched USA with a white gelly roll pen. The pattern paper is DCWV " The Christmas Stack" is a piece of scrap paper left over from Christmas cards. This is the front of card and how it looks when it is closed. The top photo.
1)To make this size easel card cut cardstock 4 1/4 x 11 inches. This will be the base of the card.
2) Score at 2 3/4 inches and 5 1/2 inches,then fold.
3) This will be the front of card. Cut cardstock 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches, so when it is closed it will line up. This is a close up of bottom of card.
I hope you all like my easel card. Have a wonderful week:)

This card is for these Challenges:
Cuttle bug Be Inspired #90: Easel Card.

Simmon Says Stamp Challenge Check it out: use checks, plaid, gingham etc.

ABC Challenge: Xtra dimension to the card.

Fantabulous Cricut Challenge #16: Independence Day

Cartridge used:
Plantin SchoolBook ( Oval)cut.

Stand and Salute ( USA , Star border) cuts.

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