Saturday, April 12, 2014

Carson Easter Card

I created this Double Easel Card with an Action Wobble for my grandchild, Carson. He will have fun playing with the Action Wobble behind the bunny face. 
Thanks for stopping by and have a blessed day! Gail

I learned how to create a double easel card by watching the video from Frenchie. I have to say - it was EASY!  f you would like to make one too - click HERE to view her video.
 
Double Easel flat front ready for envelope


Double easel Opened

Action Wobble behind Bunny Face

Recipe
White Cardstock for base of card
Designer Paper Scraps for front of card & the opposite side inside card
Crafty Secrets Bunny oval shaped digitals
White cardstock scrap for stamping Bunny Face
Bunny Face Peachy Keen Stamps - Wide Eyed and Bushy Tail
Action Wobble behind Bunny Face
Memento Black Tuxedo Ink
Hampton Art Glitter Chalk for cheeks of bunny stamp
Sentiments - MFPaHC stamps
Impression Obsessions Bunny Die
Scrap of gray cardstock for bunny at top of card next to sentiment

I would like to share with:
April Just Keep On Creating UE ends 4/26
CHN patterned Paper Challenge April UE - used on the front base of the card
Crafting by Design ATG UE April Challenge
Crafty Secrets April Linky Party 3 of 4
 
Sunday Chalk-Ah-Lot Cafe - Easter with Chalk - 3 of 3
Hampton Art Glitter Chalk used on Bunny cheeks of the action wobble stamp

Monday - Craftin Desert Diva ATG UE
Monday Victorine Stamps Easter
Monday Crafty Boots Easter UE
Wednesday- Wacky Wed More than favors Easter UE
Wednesday Action Wobble - use Peachy Keen Face 1 of 3
Thursday Cute Card Thursday Easter UE
Friday Sister Act Cards CH #52 UE 
Saturday HIMCR Super Scrap Saturday  3 of 3

 

11 comments:

  1. Wow, another lovely Easter card, you have some very lucky friends and family. Thank you for sharing your work with all of us at Crafty Boots Challenges.

    Dionne

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  2. Fun card. Not made one of these before. I like the vintage looking bunny image on left.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  3. Really cute card, Gail and a fantastic tutorial on double easels. I'm definitely going to give this a try. :-D

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  4. Another lovely double easel, you've really perfected the the technique. I love the retro feel of this one. Thank you for joining in at Crafty Boots Challenges this time.

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  5. Love this!! It turned out great! I'm sure he will love it! (: Thanks for linking up at Craftin' Desert Divas! (:

    Krystle CDD DT
    krystlescraftyniche.blogspot.com

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  6. The bunny face that wobbles is just way too cute. Some child will sure be thrilled with this fun action card. Thanks so much for joining us at April Linky Party.

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  7. Love the way you used our adorable Easter Egg images! This is quite an impressive design! Thanks for playing along in the April Crafty Secrets Linky Party!

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  8. What a fun and lovely interactive card for a child. Your grandson is going to love it for sure! Thanks for joining us this week at Hiding in my Craft Room.

    Graciellie
    gracielliedesign . blogspot .com
    HIMCR DT

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  9. What a GREAT and FUN double easel card! Your grandson is going to LOVE it!!! Thanks for joining us at Hiding In My Craft Room this week . . . hope to see you again soon!

    Kathy HIMCR DT
    UpintheNightwithKat.blogspot.com

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  10. Fabulous new double easel card. They are a fun way to spice up your crafting life. The patterned papers are quite pretty and I like the bunny face. Thanks for joining us at Chalk Ah Lot.

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  11. What a cheerful Easter project, love the images and colours.
    Thanks so much for sharing your card at Anything goes, Just keep on creating, hope you will continue to share your lovely creations.

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