Think spring with this challenge and the beautiful combination of colors!
I’m so excited! This cute little easel card that I made for my great-nieces’ birthday is my first project as a member of the Pals Paper Arts Design Team. It is an honor to be part of such an amazingly talented group of Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators.
DO IT YOURSELF TIPS!
· The Stampin’ Up! Build-A-Brad set makes it easy to create bards that coordinate with any project. Just use the 1/2" Circle Punch to pop out the image of your choice, use adhesive to attach the image to the brad base and attach the acrylic bubble. The perfect personalized touch for any project
· Rub-Ons are a quick and easy way to add a sentiment or design to your project. I think the Stampin’ Up! Rub-Ons works exceptionally well when used on textured paper.
· Easel cards are fun and easy to make. Click here for the Splitcoaststampers tutorial. I increased the size of my card to a 5 1/4” square.
Stamp sets: None
Paper: Naturals White, Barely Banana, Certainly Celery and Lavender Lace card stock; Barely Banana, Certainly Celery and Lavender Lace Textured card stock; Certainly Celery Patterns Designer Series Paper; Shades of Spring Designer Series Paper (117160 Occasions Mini catalog)
Ink: Basic Black Stampin’ Write marker
Gear: Big Shot with standard cutting pads (113439), Stampin’ Up! Blossom Party Originals Die (115971), Extra Large Two-Step Bird punch (117191 Occasions Mini catalog), Scallop Trim Border punch (118402 Sale-A-Bration catalog), Trio Flower punch (109183), Chat Room Rub-Ons (117199 Occasions Mini catalog), Paper Piercing Tool (116631) and Mat Pack (105826)
Bling: Pewter Build-A-Brad (109128) and Whisper White Taffeta Ribbon (109070)