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Saturday, October 17, 2009

Christmas Easel Cards



These cards are most often called Pedestal cards, but they are more accurately "Easel" cards. Whichever you choose to call them, they are so fun to make - quick and easy, and you are only limited by your imagination for design themes! I don't have instructions available yet, but you can go to youtube.com and search for Pedestal Card - there is a very good tutorial available.
The big shiny snowflake on this card is from a package of 8 that I bought at Hobby Lobby. I'm sure they are probably available at the dollar stores, too. I attached it with a big round pop dot, and it holds great. The "Merry Christmas" sentiment was cut twice on my Cricut: once in white with Stickles on top of the letters, and once in blue which I dusted with Perfect Pearls and attached a little offset to the white one. If you click on the photo, a larger one will display and scroll down to the bottom - you can sort of see the shimmer from the Perfect Pearls
I created three of these, for class purposes.

4 comments:

  1. What great cards. I need to try this pedestal design. I love the snowflakes!

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  2. Nice cards Patsy!!! I love easel cards too!! I hope you'll come join in the fun with us at Cricut Cardz Challenge each week!!

    Thanks for the nice comment you left for me on the Cricut Messageboard for my Custom Crops Mystery Challenge Recipe Album...I appreciate it!

    Terry

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  3. Patsy, these are beautiful!!! Love those gorgeous snowflakes!

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  4. Hi, Patsy. Thank you so much for your visit and for following me! You may not realize it, but you helped me to reach my goal of 100 followers. You mentioned you found my link through Wanda's blog and she is one of my favs. I just love that lady!!!

    So far, I just love your blog! Your easel cards are beautiful. Of course, I have to go and browse around your place more, but so far I love what I see. I'm going "peek" around now...

    I'll be seeing you!

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