I mentioned last week that I would give you more details on how to make this adorable little easel card. The easel is held up by a punched bow.
I used the stunning Paper Embroidery technique on the white greeting layer. You can see more samples and learn more about this technique by watching my video here.
I decided to make another one in Red since Black is hard to photograph.
I used the adorable 'Everyday Hero' stamp set here on a 1 3/4" punched circle. The cape is stamped and fussy cut. The dimensions are the same on this card as they are on the one above. It measures about 3" across.
You need to die-cut one White Stitched Shapes framelit using the largest circle framelit in the package (about 2 7/8"). Then stitch it using the Paper Embroidery technique seen on this link.
Next you'll die-cut one Real Red scallop circle from the Layering Circles framelits (about 3"). This is the largest scallop in the set. Now you'll need to die-cut the piece that forms the easel. Do this with a 3 1/2" X 7" Real Red piece of CS. Score it at 3 1/2" and fold it in half on the score line. Then you'll use that largest scallop circle die as shown below, leaving a bit of the fold inside the die-cut circle like this:
Notice at the very top there is just a bit of the card stock inside the die-cut. This is where you folded your CS in half so it will leave the fold intact. Score one side at 1 1/2" or across the center for the easel. The lower half is what you will adhere the front of the card to.
I hope you like my mini easel card! Thanks for stopping in today. Check out the products I used here below.
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