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Friday, 26 January 2018

Double twisted easel card

Good evening to all!

Hope your day was as good as it can be.

My new dies came today.  Got them at a bargain price of £6.  Not bad for over 7 dies.  So thought I'd have a play around and see what I could create from them .

I have made a double twisted easel card and did not follow a tutorial for this one.  I used an A4 card,  turned it length ways, longest length facing me and folded it length ways.  Then scored it in the middle of the card,  longest length towards me again, from the top and scored downwards towards centre of  the fold.  I then cut across the score line which resulted in two squares , I then folded each corner down to centre of the card to reveal my twisted easel.




I decorated with papers from Hunkydory paws for thought (this was a really nice card kit and it's so versatile) and papers from my stash.

The dies I have used for this card are Ultimate crafts magnolia lane collection :  Damask frame, magnolia frame and magnolia borders. I cut the damask frame die in half to use for the corners .





The decoupage are flower fairies images.  The ribbon , floweres, sentiment and pink gems are all from my bits and bobs crafty stash.

The pink ink pad used to distress the matting that images are on is from Versamagic dew drop chalk ink in colour pixie dust.

I used my dies on pearl finish vellum.  Love the effect it gives






Thank you so much for coming and viewing my blog and commenting , it means so much that my work is liked and it's something that's keeping me going and distracting me from the woes of reality lol 

Have a lovely weekend 

Much love
Sharon 

I'd like to enter this card into the following competitions please:

Alphabet challenge blogb - V is for vellum

Brown sugar challenge blog  - Birthday 

Crafty catz challenges - Anything goes plus something new  (My new dies)

Creative fingers challenge blog  - Anything goes

Polkadoodles - Anything goes

As you like it challenge blog  - Favourite die and why.  :  My favourite is the Magnolia Damask frame die from lane collections. It's
 My favourite because it's so versatile, pretty and you can cut it up and use it in different ways 

Cardz for gals - Anything but square

Creative knockout  - Finish the inside 

Star stampz challenge blog - Valentine's or lots or red or pink 

Seize the birthday  - Birthday or optional topping of one layer 

Pammies inky pinkies  - Anything goes 

18 comments:

Puppy Kisses and Paper Dreams said...

This is stunning. It looks so complicated and delicate ... I love what you have created, and it is absolutely amazing. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Cardz 4 Galz! - Chris, DT

Angie Jones said...

Gorgeous make, thanks for joining us for the Polkadoodles Blog Challenge.
Angie DT

Janette said...

Beautiful card, so pretty.
Thanks for sharing with us at CraftyCatz this week..x

Lilly said...

Such a nice card, I love the twisted easel style. Thanks for joining us this week at Crafty Catz. Lilly (GDT)

Basslady said...

this looks so gorgeous!

thank you so much for playing along with us at alphabet challenges!

hugs and kisses from germany,
silvi xoxo

Sarah said...

What a pretty card and I can see the appeal of that lovely die. Thank you for your entry at AYLI. Sarah DT

Wendy L said...

Love it Sharon, so pretty, xxx

Lesia Cook said...

Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog and I wanted to let you know that Mr Linky is now visible so please enter the giveaway.

I am glad to have found your blog, I've already been inspired and am on my way to purchase some pearlized vellum. The cards turned out gorgeous.

Craftyhugs said...

You're welcome hun. I know what it's like when you're not well and stuck in bed. You must of been very frustrated. Glad you liked my card. Hope you feel better soon . Thank you for commenting xc

Craftyhugs said...

Thank you Wendy :) xx

Vickie Y said...

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing with us at the PIP Challenge.

kReN K said...

Love your vintage project. Thanks for sharing with us at PDE Link Challenges this week. kReN
http://afourthlife.blogspot.com

Jenny L said...

Hi Sharon,
oh this is so gorgeous and those fairies are so cute and pretty too.
Love all the wonderful decoupage and your design is stunning with those lovely elements you used.
You certainly haven't lost your touch.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Wendy R. said...

Adorable card and I love the decoupage detail. Such nice colours. Thank you for joining us Cardz4Galz.

Lynne said...

Wow, a wonderful creation and your little fairies are so cute! Thank you for joining in at As You Like It x

April Story said...

Such sweet images and the easel twist card is lovely. Thank you for joining us at the Creative Knockouts Challenge.
April

Scrappy Scatty said...

Thank you for joining us this week over at Polkadoodles xx

Tindaloo said...

Lovely card and such gorgeous images! :) Thanks for sharing your creations with us at Creative Fingers & Welcome back! ♥ DT Tindaloo