A Scraphappy Southernbelle

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Easel Card Tutorial

Hey guys! I hope you are having a wonderful day so far!!! I just published a tutorial on the Scrapbook Circle blog on creating the 'easel' cards that I have been making lately. I had a lot of people ask me about this and thought I'd put together a really simple picture tutorial. If you are interested, go here:


Here is the card I created:

These are SO easy and fun! I hope you will enjoy this tutorial! If you do decide to make one of your own, do leave me a link so I can visit ya and see your beautiful creations!!!!

I'm off to work on finishing up a boardbook! Happy Scrappin' guys!
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Dawn said...

Just went and printed to use. Thank you for doing such a great and easy to use direction tutorial.I really appreciate your work.
All my best sweetie!

MissJody said...

Very nice! :)

I love your style...classy :)

Lisa Andrews said...

Very lovely card. Thanks for the great tutorial!

mustangkayla said...

Such a pretty card! Love the easel style card!

Karen AKA Soccerboyzmom said...

Looks easy enough, I want to try it.

Kori said...

You do a great job on your all your cards. :)
I really look forward to seeing your work in
the scrapbooking magazine at hobby lobby.
i'm addicted to those things haha.

Kray said...

very cute!

Scattered Scrapper said...

Thank you so much for your easy to follow instuctions! I so enjoyed making this card. I love your blog and look forward to what you are making next. I am a newbie blogger, so I hope I am supposed to post the link here... The link to my easel card is www.scatteredscrapper.blogspot.com


Karen said...

Amyee, you never cease to amaze me!
This is gorgeous!!!! I printed off the instructions and I'm going to give it a try. I think this will make a perfect Valentine's card for my DH, since he loves to keep the cards out so he can see them.

Oh, and I love the blog pic of you and Brandon!!!!

southernscrapper-tnscrapper said...

Hey Aymee

Cute Card, I am gonna have to try this. Its cold here in Tennessee, we have ice and a little snow on the ground.

Marilyn C.

Kristie said...

Love these Aymee! Thanks for the tut!