Other - Ribbon, Flowers, Stickles - Star Dust. Machine Stitching - straight & zig zag.
My finished card size is 15cm square (6")
Cardstock 30cm x 15cm (12"x6")
Cardstock -15cm x 15cm (6"x6")
score tool/scor pal
Scor Tape/Red Tape or strong adhesive
Easel Card 15cm square cut 30cm x15cm piece of cardstock - score at 15cm & 7.5cm (6" & 3") vertically - valley fold both score lines.
Embellish card front - attach to card base, I find it easier to close the card, sticking the front to the closed card, it's easier to line up. To hold the card in place you need to add a button, pop dot or some sort of dimension for the card to catch on to keep it from closing.
They are a lot easier to make than you might think and they come with a warning, they are very addictive. Easel cards can be made in all sorts of shapes and sizes.
To resize all you need to remember is score your card in half and then in half again.
Example of sizes: 12.5cm (5") square
Cardstock 25cm (10") x 12.5cm (5") - score at 12.5 (5") & 6.25cm (2.5")
Hope you will stop by & see what the other Design Team Members have created for you, they are all amazing! Thanks for joining this wonderful challenge, I can't wait to see what you come up with & hope you will join us next week. Remember the Design Team have been split into 2 groups - this week it is Group 1 - Debbie, Kellie, Kristy, Jane, Jodie, Stephanne & Guests Christine & Nicole
Have a wonderful week & remember you only have a until next Saturday to enter, happy crafting.