Vintage Easel Card by Julie Lavalette

Hi Everyone, It's Julie here today and I am sharing with you how to cut an easel card using your dies. Let me talk you through my photographs.     

My card was folded in half. Notice how I have placed my die slightly off the edge of my card so it doesn't cut my fold when I run through my die cutting machine. I next placed the die to the opposite end and cut. I now had my shaped card.

My topper was cut to form the top of my easel card in white and patterned paper for the top and bottom part. You will also see in the second photo how my folded card looks opened up. My layers were glued together to form my easel card.

My doily was double heat embossed for a smooth finish and some bling added into the centre of the flowers.

Love these little butterflies for an accent. I double layered them and added a touch of bling to the centre.

My Rose was cut out of white cardstock and a little Frayed Burlap Distress ink added. This was then mounted onto my bow with a few leaves, my corner die and little butterflies.

Finally a side on view of my finished card. Good luck to everyone entering our Weekly challenge where you could be the lucky winner of a $20 spending spree here at Cheery Lynn Designs.

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See you all next week.

Julie xx 


  1. Die Karte ist wunderschön, die Stanze gefällt mir sehr gut
    glg Gertrude

  2. Oh my goodness !! This is absolutely stunning! TFS

  3. This is beautiful Julie, I love how perfectly vintage and delicate this is!!! Gorgeous design!! hugs, Georgie xx

  4. Wow such a stunning card and fantastic design.

  5. WOWIE!!!!! This is all kinds of vintage gorgeousness!!! Love that oval doily!!!

  6. Stunning card - love the vintage look and beautiful picture

  7. Attention DT Members.
    You are invited to the 2015 World Wide Open Design Team Challenge.


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