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Beach Weather – easel cards

The sun is shining. The skies are blue and the light breeze draws us closer to the beauty of lakes and oceans. Whether it’s lakeside with a gentle breeze or the sound and smell of the salty ocean, water does bring smiles to our faces. I hope that the sound of water brings good memories to all of you. I am Ava Gavloski and I do believe that making easel cards for someone close to you is always warming to the heart.

Making an easel card is a wonderful boost when creating cards. Visit You Tube and search for Easel Cards to get a wide range of designs and the details on making the easel card base. I find it very addictive creating cards like this one.

Materials used:
Canvas Corp – Mix & Match Sand & Sea pad

Canvas Corp – Sisal Rope
AdhesiveCardstock
Personal paper trimmer
Westscott Brand Scissors
Score tool

Cut card base measurements, 11 x 4.25″. Score on long side at 2.3/4 ” and 5.50″. Cut another piece of card stock for the c ard front measuring5.5 x 4.25 ” .Fold card base on score lines. Close base, adhere adhesive tape to the base between edge and 2 3/4″ score line. Flatten card base, pull paper tape off of adhesive strip and attach card front lining up panel to the card base.

Cut pattern papers and mat each with matching card stock. Layer panels onto front of card.

Fussy cut images for card front and inside panel of card.

Cut rope and adhere to the front of the card base.

Layer and adhere elements onto card front.

Layer and adhere elements onto inside panel of card.

Hope you will have a go at making an easel card yourself.
And make sure you stop by the CCB shop and have a look at the Canvas Corp Mix and Match pads!!!

 

 

Have a great crafty  day!!!

Ava Gavloski
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Working with Canvas Corp Brands, the home of Tattered Angels, 7gypsies and Canvas Corp (Canvas Home Basics), since Jan 2017 and loving every single minute of it!!!


'Beach Weather – easel cards' has 1 comment

  1. May 1, 2018 @ 1:57 pm Emma Ivemey

    I love these colours and how you’ve used all the beach items to pull it together. Great job!

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