Monday, 27 February 2012

Side Easel Card

Today I had a go at making a side easel card.  I had some lovely Inkylicious stamps which had never seen ink so I thought it was about time.  The base card is stamped all over with one of the smaller stamps in the set.  The main design was stamped onto glossy card, which I first coloured with Distress Ink.  The background wording was stamped in Memento ink and the dandelion clocks were stamped in Versamark and then embossed in black detail embossing powder.  The sentiment reads 'Close your eyes and make a wish'.  This is a very quick and easy card. 

If you do stop by I would love it if you left a comment.  Kind regards, Anne x


  1. This is lovely Anne. Love the colouring on the edges. I have those stamps ,but not had a chance to use them yet. Enjoy your day. Hugs Rita xx

  2. Anne, that's a lovely card and a perfect sentiment to go along with it! I nominated you for the Liebster award so zip over to my blog and grab it! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

    1. Hi again Sandee, silly I know but I do not know how to get the logo for the award onto my blog. Are you able to help please?

  3. Anne:
    What a pretty card. Sandee sent me over to take a peek. I'm happy to be a new follower.

  4. Lovely card Anne, and I have enjoyed looking at your other creations. Thanks for leaving me the link to your blog so I could come and visit. Many thanks too for all the lovely comments that you've left me over the past few weeks - they are much appreciated.
    Lindsay x

  5. This is a lovely card and does not look easy to make at all.
    I have never made this type of fold in the card...It is very it!
    I have only stamped on glossy paper once...I am so impressed with how this turns out...very nice indeed!


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