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Fun Summer Double Easel Card

I'm in the mood for summer to linger on.  I sure wish the days would stay beautiful and sunny!  This card was made with summer in mind.  It's a double easel card I saw in a post from secretstamper.com  What fun to make too! I've used Designer Series Paper from the Floral Essence paper.  It's so Impressionistic and lovely!

Trifold front B

Here is a side view to see the folds:

Trifold side view A

And a view of the card lying flat:

Trifold flat A

Here is the recipe:

Paper - Card stock for card base, Mossy Meadow 4 1/2 x 11" scored at 5 1/2"

              Card stock for easel base, Daffodil Delight, 4 1/4 x 10 1/4" scored at 2 1/2 and 5" on the  10 1/4" side

              Card stock for panel, Mossy Meadow, 4 x 2 3/8"

              Card stock for leaves, scraps of Mossy Meadow

              Card stock for daisies - scraps of Very Vanilla

              Card stock for inside sentiment panel - 5 1/4 x 4" Very Vanilla

              Card stock for sentiments on front - scraps of Very Vanilla

              Designer Series Paper, Perennial Essence, 4 x 2 3/8" for  panel and 3 7/8 x 2 1/4" for small pane.

Stamp sets for sentiments - Itty Bitty Birthdays and Beautiful Friendship

Ink - Mossy Meadow

Embellishments - Perennial Essence Floral Centers; 5/8" Organdy striped ribbon; Gingham Gala Sequins

Tools - Daisy and Medium Daisy Punch, Leaf Punch, Stitched Nested Labels Dies, Stitched Shapes Dies (circle) Liquid Glue, Snail, Mini Glue Dots

Directions:

Adhere long panel of yellow easel base to long panel of Mossy Meadow Base.  Add layers of DSP, and ribbon to large panel on easel base.  Add layers of card stock and DSP to small panel of easel base.  

Die cut pieces for sentiments and stamp.  Add to card.  

Punch out two daisy pieces for each daisy (large and medium).  Adhere with glue dot and attach to card.  Punch leaves and adhere under large daisy.

Add sequins.

Enjoy!

 

 

 

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