My card today is a multi-tasking card. It is a sample in this week’s tutorial for the Twisted Circular Easel card, a fun variation of the Easel card tutorial that was already in our resource section. It is also a sample for the new Spectrum Noir Marker review on SCS and a sample for Lydia’s HYCCT challenge, which was to create a card that showcases your style.

I started by stamping Taylored Expressions Moka Angel image Tuxedo Black Memento Ink on Neenah Solar White cardstock. It was colored with Spectrum Markers (Dress: PP1, PP3, PP5 Skin: FS2, FS3, FS 6 (cheeks), TN2 Wings: BT1, BG2) and cut out.  A piece of white cardstock was cut and embossed with a Vintage Lace Motif die. A piece of My Mind’s Eye Be Happy paper was cut and embossed with a Standard Circle Nestabilities die. The edges were sanded before the circle was stitched to the Vintage Lace circle.  The angel was adhered over the circles with foam adhesive squares. Stardust Stickles was added over the wings and the halo.

My Mind’s Eye Honey patterned paper was cut and embossed with the smallest Grand Circle Nestabilities die. The edges were sanded and stitched. Seam binding was tied around the layer. The bow was topped with a button, tied on with embroidery thread and the layers were adhered to a piece of white cardstock, cut and embossed with the smallest of the Grand Decorative Circle dies.  The image circles were adhered to the card front center with foam adhesive squares.

The inside of the card was also decorated with Honey patterned paper that had been cut and embossed with a Grand Circle Nestabilities die. White Crochet Ribbon was adhered around the horizontal strip before the layers were stitched.  White cardstock was cut and embossed with a tag die from the new Back to the Basic tag dies. A sentiment from Moka Angel was stitched on it with Jet Black Archival ink. Flowers and part of a Finesse Rhinestone Swirl finish off the card.

Here is a video for the visual learner:

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Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great day!
Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

17 Responses to “Twisted Circular Easel Card”

  1. I do like to make easel cards no matter what style. the latest one I made was a gate fold easel card…too cool. This twisted circle will be my next. thanks for sharing
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

  2. Beautiful job Beate!
    God Bless :)

  3. OH my gosh super cute!!! Love it!
    hugs,
    M

  4. Love this card. I love easel cards, but this twist one is even better. Thanks for the tutorial.

  5. Oh I love the tutorial Beate. And such a darling card, just love the image and pretty dies. Hugs! Mojca

  6. Wow! This is amazing. Can’t wait to watch the tutorial. Before I do, i just wanted to tell you what a beautifully designed card this is. Love the sweet image and all the wonderful details you added.

  7. ADORABLE card Beate! Love the fancy die cut! You are just too creative for me!!!

  8. I love kinetic cards, Beate. This is adorable! Love your sweet image, papers, stitching and dies. Thank you for another inspiring video! x

  9. Sweet as can be Beate! Love the diagonal opening!!! Must try! Thanks for the video! Helped me tons!

  10. Can’t wait to give this a try, Beate! Beautiful card, and what a great idea! Thanks for sharing :)

  11. Now that’s very cool! What a pretty little angel!

  12. She is a precious image, love all the dies you have used and thanks for sharing the video and how to do it using both shapes!

  13. Oh, Beate! This little angel is so sweet and cute! Love your gorgeous card! Hugs

  14. Super pretty card and sweet image.

  15. Gorgeous, Beate! LOVE your twisted easel card – SO fun and fabulous!

  16. love the fun fold. beautiful card, Beate! thanks for the video, too! =)

  17. What a sweet card!! I love the beautiful angel and all of the embellishments!! I have made easel cards but never a twisted one…you have inspired me to give it a try!! Thanks for the video :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid’s Crafts

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