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Triple Twisted Easel Card

Time for 'Team Friday' Inspiration at La-La Land Crafts!  Our theme this week is 'Birthday'... check out what the rest of Friday's Team created here.

I've made a slimline triple easel with a twist featuring Luka with Birthday Present rubber stamp, and 2 of the cute animals from the Hippo Birdie clear stamp set. (links at the end of post)

Slimline Triple Twisted Easel card, Birthday, Luka with Birthday Present, La-La Land Crafts

Because this was my first time trying this style of easel card and I was focused on which stamps I would use, I failed to realize when making it that if you have images sticking up past the square mat, that it won't fit into your slimline envelope!  OOPS!!  Sooooo.... I found a way to fix that.  

I removed the panel Luka was on, glued small magnets to the back and mounted a new piece of white cardstock to the back of him.  Then I added the opposite magnets to the white mat that is adhered to the middle easel and wrote a note (pic below) 

Slimline Triple Twisted Easel card, Birthday, Luka with Birthday Present, La-La Land Crafts

This way, I can send the card with the Luka piece on top (sideways so it fits into the slimline envie) and the recipient can add that piece to the middle and display it.

Slimline Triple Twisted Easel card, Birthday, Luka with Birthday Present, La-La Land Crafts

and again with all 3 panels propped up as easels, and the side pieces twisted!

Slimline Triple Twisted Easel card, Birthday, Luka with Birthday Present, La-La Land Crafts


Skin:  E00, 000, 21, R20, 00
Hair: E53, 33, 25, 08
Reds:  R22, 24, 46
Blues: B45, 97, 05, 02 BG45, 49
Greys: W2, 3, 5

❤ Happy Inking! 


Lori m said…
Wow...this is just darling, what a fabulous Birthday card to give, hugs, Lori m
Aimeslee Winans said…
I'm diggin' the aqua/red/white and fab layout. Just amazing what you can get into an envelope! But, lol, you obviously have your recipients so much better trained than I do mine! xoxo
marleen said…
OOOOO so lovely this card, it's beautiful.
Lochhildegard said…
Wouwww! This is so beautiful Kris 👍💖
Stunning card Kris - love that fold!!
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