Double Easel Bird Card
A Double Easel Bird Card is a fun-fold way to say hello to a friend. It’s an easy card style that shows off the Friendly Hello stamps and paper!
I really like how the stamps in this bundle match the paper! I even layered the stamped bird to fold directly over the DSP bird. How could it get any better? These stamps and paper are FREE now during sale-a-bration!
I chose a card base and layer based on the gorgeous colors in this designer paper in order to bring it all together.
TIP: To make a color-coordinated card, look on the back of each DSP pack for a list of its colors!
Stamps and designer series paper this pretty need to be made into a fun-fold card!
See below for how to create a Double Easel Bird Card:
How to make this Double Easel Bird Card:
Cut your cardstock:
- Fresh Freesia: 4 1/4” x 11”, score at 5 1/2” for your cardbase.
- Petal Pink: 4” x 10 1/4”, score at 5 1/4” and 7 3/4”.
- Designer Series Paper
- 3 3/4” x 5
- 3 3/4” x 2 1/4
- Basic White: scrap for die-cut label
- With black ink, stamp your bird onto a scrap of white cardstock. Color it in to match your designer paper. I used Fresh Freesia and Petal Pink for the bird and flowers, and Granny Apple Green for the leaves. Then use the label die-cut around it.
- On the small piece of designer paper, stamp your sentiment in black ink. Optional: Emboss with clear embossing powder. Adhere it to the bottom fold of the Petal Pink cardstock you scored, then adhere the larger piece of designer paper to the top scored part of the Petal Pink cardstock.
Create your Front Easel:
- Accordion-fold the Petal Pink piece, and attach the larger side to your Fresh Freesia card front.
- Lastly, attach your bird to the top of the sentiment flap.
Supplies for a Double Easel Bird Card:
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