Hello and welcome to All Things Beautiful!
I am so glad you are vising today.
Today I am showcasing a Flying Easel card.
This is my first attempt at making one of these types of cards. If you'd like to try this technique you can find the tutorial I used under my tutorial tab here.
I'm still keeping up with my 2018 crafting resolution of making matching envelopes, card fronts and card inside panels. So glad I have. I really like the way this card and envelope set turned out.
For the butterfly I cut the image from my Cricut. You can see all the supplies I used listed below. I then heat embossed the butterfly several times to give it a faux metal look and give it some weight to hang in the window area.
I added additional butterfly punch outs and some bling for balance and interest.
Here is the inside card panel. I punched the butterfly from some scrap card stock and used it as a stencil.
Gina K Designs Tomato Soup, Prickly Pear, Sweet Corn & Kraft ink
American Crafts Hip Hip Hooray 6 x 6 paper stack
Spellbinders labels four dies
Catherine Pooler Birds of a Feather stamp set
Hero Arts Say It All stamp set'
Studio G Clear gems
Wink a Stella glitter pen
Stampin' Up Rose Garden Thinlits
I hope you try this Flying Easel card for yourself. It is a fun and easy card to complete.
Have a wonderful day!
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