Ice Cream Birgitta soaking up the sun!

How about another take on our beloved easel card!


Here’s a little 2 minute video on how I scored and folded the pieces…very easy!

 

I used Ice Cream Birgitta from the June, CC Designs, Swiss Pixies release.  I stamped her on heavy cold press watercolor paper with Versafine Onyx Black ink and colored her with distress inks.  Made a little beach for her with the Fiskars wave border punch,  the Martha Stewart rickety fence border punch and the EK Success sandcastle/beach border punch.  Oh,  I do LOVE punches!  I punched the wave punch out of white cardstock and inked it with Faded Jeans Distress ink and the ink blending tool… then came back and added white accents with a white gel pen.  The puffy little flower stickers here and there are from K & Co.  I purchased them at an independent scrapbook store in Des Moines.  Filmstrips are so fun for embellishing and this new mini die from My Favorite Things is awesome!  love it!  I punched little fishies out of the pattern paper and stuck them behind the open areas.  The small easel is pattern paper I cut up from a 6×6 sheet from the Fancy Pants Beach pad.  Super cute papers for Summer acitivities.

Here’s how the easels fold down, flat, to fit into an envelope…

Just the front…

NEW stamps and more stuff in the store at All That Scraps… HERE…the new Tomboy stamps are sure cute!

The stamps and supplies I used…

Thanks for stopping by! ttul!
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28 thoughts on “Ice Cream Birgitta soaking up the sun!

  1. You are so clever! I can’t wait to give this a try! Will send credit back here when I do! Your card is so sweet – I love that little gal – she is adorable! Your extra little touches, like the fence and film strip are perfect, and finish things off so well. Thanks for sharing – you are always an inspiration! Hugs…

  2. Your card is beautiful and so summery!! I love it. And of course, all of your embellishments are perfect for this scene.
    You did a great job on the tutorial. Your voice is so sweet !! So I’m sure you’re a very sweet lady and a great crafter.
    Thanks for sharing with us and I appreciate your video. I’m going to try this today.
    Happy day..
    hugs
    bobbi

  3. Great card Pam and I love your video, you’re easel on an easel looks wonderful. Such a cute image and your colouring is always amazing. Chris 🙂

  4. This card is just awesome! It’s another WOW! And I was so excited to see that you had a video to explain how you did it until I tried playing it & discovered that apparently the sound in something else that has disappeared in my computer woes! YUK! Don’t worry, the minute I get it all restored, I’m coming back to play it again!

  5. Pure genius! An easel on an easel. What a wonderful idea. And thank you for a great tutorial. I am a visual learner so that helps me a lot. Your little girl is adorable and the dp is perfect. Bet the independent store was Outstamping, huh?

  6. Awesome Pam!! omg..so weird to hear your voice! lol LOVE this tutorial and HOPE you will do more! Now for sure I am gonna do an easel card! TFS! 🙂

  7. Fantastic video & so nice to hear your voice. Wonderful little card … I’ve been telling everyone how great your tutorial was for the stamp-a-ma-jig & masking. You’ll probaly be having heavy traffic over here checking you out … I tell them how wonderful & smart you are.
    Hugs, Janie

  8. Wow I really love this card Pam!!!! Love the colors the image and the design!!!! Thanks for the video it was great!!!!! I may try this sometime….. Thanks again!!!!!!!

  9. I don’t know how in the world you were able to explain something that has always seemed so complicated to me in two minutes but you did!! I love it and I cannot wait to try it!
    Hugs~
    Dana

  10. Great video !!! You did an awesome job of showing us how to make a double easel card. I am glad I got to see the card IRL. It is sooooooooo cute,

  11. That is so clever, Pam! I have to try this soon! So many fun ideas! Your card is beautiful also! Love that film strip in combination with your sentiment! Super cute! hugs, Angela

  12. I guess you heard me!! lol – the joke is on me. Here I am begging for tutorials and I go to your blog and there is a really good one. I have to go back to your tutorials and see what is there. Great tutorial Pam and really cute card. Of course I went straight to buy that mini filmstrip and they are sold out!! Thanks Pam for all the cute cards and the tutorials.
    Sandy

  13. OM goodness!! Another absolutely wonderful “Pam card”. How cleverly you did the double easel. I’ll have to try this technique. Your coloring is fabulous! Your card is just so creative.
    Huggeroonies,
    Kathy

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