60 posts categorized "Easel Card"

Cake Pop-Up Easel Card #2: Sunflowers
by Meghan Kennihan

Hi Crafty Friends,
This is my second card using the Poppy Stamps Floral Cake Pop Up Easel Die. If you missed my pink cake creation, check out the May 13th blog post. For this cake I used a different set of flower dies, the Layered Lovely Flowers Dies and made them look like Sunflowers! I think the gold adds that perfect touch of elegance.

Make Crafty Friends Q & A:
Q: When is the last time you had birthday cake?
A: Me? Probably when I was in elementary school? I am not a cake fan

FinalI used the same sentiment stamp set I used for my pink cake, the Birthday Blowout. I love the 1920s font.

Final_3 Meghan Floral Signature




Floral Cake Pop-Up Card #1: Pink Posies
by Meghan Kennihan

Final_7 (2)Hi Crafty Friends,
This is the first of two easel cards I made for you this month (the next one will be on the blog next Saturday May 20th). I used the Poppy Stamps Floral Cake Pop Up die to create this pink easel card. This cake die is so versatile. It can be used for birthdays, weddings, anniversarys, any celebration.

Make Crafty Friends Q & A:
Q: What is your favorite kind of cake?
A: Me? I don't really like cake, I'm a frozen yogurt gal

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Final_6 (2)I used the Poppy Stamps Birthday Blowout stamp set for my sentiments and embellished the flowers with the Poppy Stamps Bright Jewels. See you next Saturday, for cake #2!

Final_5 (2) Meghan Floral Signature




Country Barn Whittle Pig
by Meghan Kennihan

Final_3Hi Crafty Friends,
There is still time to enter the Poppy Stamps Challenge Cute Critters for the month of April. I created this cute Country Barn Easel card with my favorite Poppy Stamps Critter, the Whittle Pig.

Make Crafty Friends Q & A:
Q: What is your favorite farm animal?
A: Me? I love horses but this pig is just the cutest

Final_1I used kraft paper for the base of my barn card easel to give it that rustic farm look and finished the inside with the "Enjoy Your Day" sentiment from the Poppy Stamps Birthday Blowout Stamp Set.






Floral Vase Pop-Up Easel Card
by Candice Crawford

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Hi there crafty friends, Candice here, back on the blog with a fun interactive card for all you. The Floral Vase Pop-Up Easel die is a great die set to complete a stand-up vase card that folds flat to fit inside an A2 size envelope. 


Poppystamps is well know for their Pop-Up Easel dies. I mainly use these dies for the focal image on an A2 card. However, today, I decided to create the card the way in which the die was intended. 


There are tons of little dies to create the flowers, leaves and the layered vase. Don't be overwhelmed when you see the die set. The card comes together pretty easily, but it will require some patience to diecut all of the layered flowers and greenery. Poppystamps

I really enjoyed making this card. I definitely love the look of  a heavy die cut card.  Die cutting to me is very relaxing and assembling the cards is like putting togehter a puzzel. The sentiment on comes from the You Are Amazing Poe Script Greetings Hot Foil Plate and Dies that was folied using my Go Press and Foil machine and some gold foil sheets. 


I really hope you have enjoyed today's card share and found inpiration. Until next time crafters...Happy Crafting! 

Candice Floral Signature copy






Poppystamps March Challenge: Die Cuts Only
by Michele K. Henderson


Hello Friends!

March is a great month to play along with our newest challenge from Poppystamps, Die Cuts Only! I used only two different die sets to create my pretty spring tulip easel card that will brighten up any grey March day. We'd love to see how you use Poppystamps die cuts to enter our March design challenge.


I used the Layered Tulips and the Floral Vase Pop Up Easel Set in a colorful Spring tulip card that comes together in an elegant display.


I started by cutting the background pieces of the Floral Vase Pop Up Easel Set in a crisp bright white. I like to use a heavier eight cardstock when I know I'll be adding a lot of layered flowers and leaves.


I found some beautiful white and gold marbled paper which worked great for my tulip vase. The pink/gold/white color combination feels so trendy right now.


Now comes the fun part! I cut layers and layers of stems and tulip parts and assembled them all together in a beautiful bouquet! Some of the tulips were glues directly to the background panel, and others were brought forward a little with a piece of foam pop dot.


Once the tulips and stems came together, the card was ready! Die Cuts Only, and very pretty too! I even left a few tulips for the inside of the card too.


Thanks so much for joining us today! We can't wait to see what you'll create!







Pop-Up Easel Birthday Card
by Nancy Penir

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Greetings, and welcome! I have been loving all the beautiful easel cards from my teammies, and decided to play with the Floral Vase Die set. With all the dies you need to create a lovely vase of flowers, I couldn't wait to add to my birthday stash.


Keeping the flowers in reds and pinks,  with a few white blossoms too, and deciding I wanted the stems from the greens to show, I chose vellum for my vase.


A layered blossom catches the front of my easel card, and reveals a birthday greeting.


Isn't it the sweetest that the birthday girl has a vase of flowers and card all in one?


All those tiny sequins are sandwiched beween vellum die cuts, and look like shiny little bubbles to me!

Hope you enjoyed todays post, and hope you give the easel die a try!

Nancy Floral Signature copy