Tuesday, February 25, 2014

VIDEO Tutorial: How to Make an Easel Card

I received a gorgeous card in the mail from Sharon Burkert earlier this month and knew right away that I had to CASE it. I have made Easel Cards before (see them here), but this was an updated style that really appealed to me. I already shared one during the Control Freak blog tour (see it here), now here is an easel card that I designed for my Stamp of the Month Club. Be sure to watch my video tutorial below to learn how to make this card at home!
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Watch my video tutorial to learn how to make an easel card like this one.
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4 comments:

Nacky said...

Love the colors of this card. Great tutorial. Thanks!

GodMom said...

I immediately got out my supplies and made this card after I watched this video. Thanks for another fun, beautiful card.

Jen said...

LOVE this! loving the pastels - keeps me optimistic that spring will get here soon, even if it's just in card format right now. :) looks very quick and simple. thanks for sharing the great idea!

Jen said...

LOVE this! loving the pastels - keeps me optimistic that spring will get here soon, even if it's just in card format right now. :) looks very quick and simple. thanks for sharing the great idea!