Saturday, November 7, 2009

My 1st Easel Card

I've been seeing a lot of easel cards while blog hopping and thought I would give it a go. I used the tutorial that Mary Beerman posted on You Tube and then changed it a bit.

This card will be sent to my older sister, Tina who will be celebrating her 63rd birthday on Nov. 26th.


Here is a side view.


The card stock and designer paper (except the white shiny card stock) is all from Stampin UP. I also used a Martha Stewart Lace Heart punch. The flower is from the Tea party designer series paper. I cut out 3 of the flowers and popped the 3 pieces on top of each other and added a shiny light green glassy drop. The designer paper on the bottom piece is also from Stampin Up. It is from Pawsitively Prints line. This card was not hard to make at all and I hope my sister will like it.


Thanks for stopping by!

9 comments:

Myrt said...

....oh my, what a gorgeous card, Oma. I'm sure your sister will love it.

Patti said...

Well, this is just a pretty as it can be! Love the dp you used and the ms punched border is gorgeous!

Alison said...

Gorgeous card Oma
your sister will love it

you will find instructions for the bag on splitcoast stampers


Alison xx

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

absolutely beautiful, oma. i'm off to watch that video because i haven't come close to trying this and it looks like everyone else has. thanks for the link.

hugs,

Lil Daffodil said...

Hi Oma,
This is a beautiful card. I love the rosette in the middle and the colours are gorgeous.
Hugs,
Fiona x

Spyder said...

Very lovely card,I haven't tried one of these yet
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you will find it here I hope you will chose one.
(Lyn)

Sara said...

Oh how pretty. I love these easel cards and like how you've used the Tea Party DSP. Lovely.

Sara xx

Dianne said...

Beautiful card Oma

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