Today I'm sharing a simple easel card made with Spellbinders Labels Twenty -Five and the Creative Expressions Antique Dressforms Stamp Set.
For the base card, I folded a piece of milk A4 card in half and put the largest of the Labels Twenty-Five dies so that one edge was overhanging the fold so that it didn't cut in that place. I then ran it through the Grand Calibur a couple of times so that it cut through both layers. I then scored the top half of the card approximately half way and folded.
I cut another piece of milk card from the largest of the dies and inked through the die with Plum Archival using Cut & Dry Foam.
I cut the next smallest size of Labels Twenty-Five from some patterned paper (My Mind's Eye).
I stamped the image from the Antique Dressforms Stamp Set using Plum Archival and embossed with Cosmic Shimmer Clear Embossing Powder. I cut it out using Labels Four and inked through the die with the Plum Archival.
I stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set again using the Plum Archival and embossed with the clear powder. I cut it out using Ribbon Tags Trio Three and inked through the die with the Plum Archival.
I assembled the card as shown.
There's another simple easel card made using Labels Twenty-Five in this post.
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