Friday, September 21, 2012

Halloween Easel Card

Today I made a Halloween Easel Card to share with you.

I used Trick or Treat Clear Set from the Rubber Cafe.  

I stamped the kids on Pugnacious White paper and colored with  Spectrum Noir markers. The two hats and the white mask were stamped on a white scrap, colored, cut out, and glued to the image with Scrap happy Glue.

Easel cards are easy to make and so impressive to receive.  
Start by folding a 5 1/4" x 10 1/2" panel of card stock in half.  Then flip the top part of the card front backwards in half.

Then glue a 5 1/4" square panel to the top folded section as shown in the next picture.

  This is how it looks when it's bent to be an "Easel".

Here is the same view when it's all decorated.

Here's another view of the front of this fun card.

I hope you enjoyed today's project!

Stamps: Trick or Treat Clear Set from the Rubber Cafe
Paper: Pugnacious White paper, Bazzill Basic Cardstock, My Minds Eye Mischievous Patterned Paper
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black die ink, markers
Other: May Arts Ribbon, Scrap-essentials safety pin, Martha Stewart Optic Dot border punch, Spellbinders dies


Kristie Maynard said...

What a great card and your little tutorial is great, makes it easy to understand how to make an easel card. Thanks!

Gerry said...

What a cute card, I love it. Thanks for the great tutorial