March 5, 2013

Twisted Easel Card

Flowers: Recollections, Label: Spellbinders
Hey everyone! Hope you're doing great! Today I wanted to share a 50th birthday card I just finished up. This one was different for me, as it was my first twisted easel card! I made a regular one, if you'd call it that 
here, but was still nervous about trying one of these. So I checked out Youtube, and found a tutorial done by my SOC sistah and bloggy buddy Margaret. I really liked her approach because it results in a traditional A2 size (meaning I won't have to hunt down one of those tiny envelopes later). The image is by Robert Jackson, colored with copics and Spectrum Noir markers. 

Side View
I really hope to make another one of these really soon! I actually liked making this one more than the regular easel card. If you've made both, which do you like better? If you haven't made one before, give it a try! Don't let the looks of it fool you, both of them are really easy to make! Well, that's all I have for today, but thanks for dropping by!
...And That's All She Wrote!


  1. So pretty!!! What a wonderful job you did!!! I saw these cards on YouTube awhile back, but haven't tried one yet! You did a fantastic job!!!

  2. Visiting your blog from 2Peas. I'm your newest follower. :) I've never seen a card design like this before. It's beautiful!

    1. Thank you for your comments and thanks for becoming a follower, Lisa! =)

  3. I've never seen a card like this before. Very cool!

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  5. This is a cool card. Very pretty design.

  6. Beautiful card. I'm going to give it a try. Thanks for the inspiration.