Heart double easel card.

MayJay 4 Dec 2017 5 Comments
over 60 minutes Aqua moderate Card Making Christmas

 Thanks for looking. This si the last one made using the free papers available to download from the freebies section of the Blog.

For this one you need a set of nesting heart dies. I think mine are sizzix but the details have been  lost a long time ago.. I used the largest, third largest and smallest. Make a card blank in the two larger sizes and also an extra single heart in all three sizes. The singles are for the easel shape and the small one is the front stopper. I find it easier to decorate them before assembling the card. 

Cut the grey triangle paper in the largest size heart and the next size down and stick to the inner bases of the two easel cards.

Cut a heart in the largest size using the snowflake paper and stick to the large single heart. Cut another to fit the smaller single heart using the knitted look paper. Stick the thank you heart in place on this one.

Score along the centre of the two easel cards. Stick the hearts in place remembering to only stick the lower section up to the crease line.

Position the easels in place and when you are happy, stick the smaller easel card in place. I added a large pearl behind this just to add and extra "holder" for the large easel.

Cut a small heart from the snowflake paper and stick to the smallest heart. Stick this in place at the front of the smaller easel base.

Finish with the Winter Wishes sentiment and a Snowman from sticker pack SCSTK160. and a snowflake from the same pack. Add a few pearls and a small peg.

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A very impressive looking double easel heart card. A great fold and lovely mix of co-ordinating winter scene embellishments to use the freebie papers. Just shows how versatile they are....as the sentiment shows...it's a "thank you" card!!



Thank YOU Diana for such a lovely comment. They look more difficult to make than they are. Describing it in a logical way is the hardest bit of it.x



Fab shape May.



Thanks so much Martina.x


Gingers girl

A nice card May, and a great way to show off the free papers.

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