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Gilded Lily Easel Card

Hey there crafters

Today I wanted to share with you an easel card using supplies from Faith Pocock Craft Studio.

I have used papers from Graphic 45 - Gilded Lily

You can see I have done some fussy cutting around the images and popped them up to give some dimension to the card. Graphic 45 makes creating so easy with the sticker sheet and also the chipboard pieces to embellish with.

I have also embellished this card with a resin pieces from Faiths shop and some Prima flowers.

Here are some side views so you can see how the easel card looks when propped up.

On the inside of the card you can see I have used some pearl trim to act as a stopper when you have the card propped up. Along with some more of the designer papers and chipboard die cuts.

Here's how to make the card.

First cut some card stock measuring 24cm x 12cm score and fold in the middle to create your CARD BASE. Also cut a piece of cardstock 12cm x 12cm for your CARD FACE.

Next step is to score and fold a line 6 cm up from the bottom.

Lastly you adhere the bottom half of you CARD FACE to the bottom half of your CARD BASE.

When making these cards I like to decorate the CARD FACE first before I attach it to the CARD BASE.

I hope you give this card a try and pop by Faith Pocock Craft Studio to get all the supplies you need.

Happy crafting.


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