Sunday, October 6, 2013

3 Double easel heart card tutorial - Wild Orchid Crafts design team project

Hi everyone
Have an other card to share with you all :-)
Made this 3 double easel card with the beautiful flowers and lace from Wild orchid crafts 
and Alma`s Sewing room papers from Pion Design.
For the shape I used  Spellbinders sentiments,classic  heart and classic scalloped heart 
Front of the card


Video
The card tutorial start at 4.28 in the video



Here is the link to Bona`s beautiful easel card on YT ,

And here is the link to the stampcamp for a similar card tutorial,

Here are the flowers and lace I used:
Mulberry paper lilly flowers MKX - 128
Sweetheart blossom flowers MKX - 348
White leafs with stem 30 mm MKX - 450
Head pearl stamens MKX - 565
White ruffled organza MKX- 565 trim

Here is how it looks folded up.


Seen from the side

Happy birthday mom :-)

Her I can write a personal birthday message to my mom :-)

Backside of the card.

Supply list:
WOC flowers,stamens, and lace, Alma`s Sewing room papers from Pion design, Spellbindersdies, white cardstock,glue, seam binding and a clip on the top for closing the card.

Wild Orchid Crafts website:http://wildorchidcrafts.com/
Wild Orchid Crafts blog:http://wildorchidcrafts.blogspot.no/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Wild-Or...
Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/wildorchidcraft/
WOC YT channel,http://www.youtube.com/user/wildorchidcrafts

Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,

For other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.

Had so fun using the beautiful flowers from WOC and the papers are so fun to fussy cut and put the images together :-)

Thanks for stopping by and have fun creating :-)
Hugs, Anne

5 comments:

  1. wow what a stunning card , i just love everything that you did to make ,this card, thanks for sharing

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  2. You always make such beautiful creations - what a lucky Mom to receive this for her birthday!

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  3. Hi Annes! I really admired your lovely work. I would love to write to you to tell you, but I don´t know your e-mail. You're fantasctic and I've learnt a lot seeing your creations!!. Thanks a lot! :)

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