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Monthly Craft Box: Make A Beautiful Easel Card


Have you discovered our latest Monthly Craft Box?

Every month you can have an amazing box of crafting products delivered directly to your door when you subscribe to receive our box of crafty delight, including a different selection of goodies each time!

This month’s box is all about stamps and dies. Inside it, you will find over 165 individual elements which allow you to make a minimum of 20 4.25″ x 5.5″ cards with envelopes to match. The contents of this box include 4 thin metal dies, 20 clear stamps, 20 card blanks, 20 envelopes, 20 paper inserts, 20 sheets of printed paper and 66 sheets of coloured paper!

Design team member Suzi McManus has illustrated beautifully what can be achieved with a selection of items from this bumper box.

All of the items that Suzi has used come from the latest craft box, with the addition of Collall Tacky Glue and two large Druzy stones.

Here’s how to make this beautiful easel card, proudly displaying these stunning flowers, and suitable for a number of occasions!

Feeling inspired? Grab this month’s craft box!

Step 1

Take 2 A6 cards from the box and score one halfway to the centre. Cut the other card in half and adhere to the folded section. This will give you an easel card.

Step 2

Choose your patterned and matting paper, distress these and add to your card front and bottom.

Step 3

Stamp 5 roses onto the pink 8×8 cardstock in your box and die cut. Stamp 2 sets of leaves onto the dark green cardstock in your box and die cut out.

Step 4

Colour your flower petals with a deeper shade of pink adding a little yellow to the centre. If you want you could add a little dark green to the outer edges of your leaf petals but it’s not essential as the green cardstock is so vibrant.

Step 5

With a ball tool, shape your flowers and leaves. If you wanted a smaller flower for the bottom of your card cut 3 petals off from 2 of the flowers and glue together, overlapping each other to make a smaller Rose. Add the petals as required. Assemble your other flower and if required cut your leaves to suit your card.

Step 6

Add your flowers, leaves and sentiment to your card.

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