Monday, 18 November 2013

Circle Thinlits Easel card with Everything Elanor

Hi there,
I just had the most wonderful weekend away with the Fam, we went to Chessington zoo and stayed overnight at the hotel there, it was fab! Then yesterday we went to the Ideal Home Christmas Show at Earls Court so I'm feeling really festive right now, might even pop the ole crimbo music on in a bit ;-)
Back to work now and on with today's card! I shared with you last week how to make this card in my 5 Cards with the Circle Thinlits Die tutorial but I wanted to share the rest of the pictures for this card as promised. 
We made this card in class last week and I must quickly mention next weeks class where we will be making 10 cards in 3 hours but in addition to this I will be sharing all my convention gossip and of course my swaps! I have made over 100 plus team swaps too so I will have plenty to share, message me to come along to class :-)
So, back to this easel card. I made the base from Pool Party card with Smoky Slate (stamped off first) swirls and Primrose Petals accents all from the Everything Elanor stamp set
 This sentiment is from Petit Pairs stamp set and the circle pattern around it is from Everything Elanor stamp set again, we inked this one with markers to miss out the journalling lines in the centre. The scallop circle is from the Circle Flip card Die Set with a punched circle behind to make it "pop"
And a shot of inside to finish. I added one of the yummy Vintage faceted buttons along the ribbon to hold up the easel part, this picture really doesn't do the sparkle justice though ;-)
So, if you want to see how to make this card with all the measurements you need as well as my top tips then please pop over and view my FREE tutorial HERE.
And if you then "need" this die then pop over to my shop HERE ;-)
I am also starting a new Stampers 6 club this month (more details HERE) so if you would like FREE hostess benefits without the hassle of a party then please do GET IN TOUCH.
Thanks for looking!
Stampin' hugs from me for today,

1 comment:

  1. Oh my! Isn't this just a brilliant way to use those framelits??? Thank you! Your card is so festive and lovely!


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