Here's my card...
A closer look at the art...
And a side view...
My Layers: Cats, flowers, fluid chalk, & cardstock
Easel cards are so easy to make...if you haven't ever attempted one there's a great tutorial over at Splitcoast to follow --> click here. It will give you an idea at least, of how to put one together. The dimensions I used for my card were my own because I wanted a bigger sized card (I used a 6X12 & a 6x6 piece of paper for the base pieces & then just eyeballed the rest of the layers).
If you head on over to the Sundays with Crissy Challenge Blog you will be able to see what my other talented design team sisters have cooked up for this challenge. If you would like to take part in this challenge just follow the simple rules laid out at the bottom of our blog and upload your masterpiece so we can see it too!! You could win some pretty cool candy!!
For those of you not familiar with our blog or with the very talented Crissy Armstrong, you can find Crissy's digital stamps in three GREAT places!!!
Creating with digital stamps is easy--you can resize them to your liking, flip them and reuse them over and over. The only space they take up is hard drive space and if your craft area is anything like mine this is a good thing!! ☺
I have also entered my card in the Papertake Weekly Challenge--"Say It With Flowers".
Anyway, that's it for me today!! For us Canucks, this weekend is a holiday weekend due to Victoria Day on Monday!!
Hopefully Mr. Sun will cooperate and give us some rays!! Hope it's sunny where you are!!Have a blessed day!!
Stamp: Three Cat Pile-Up--Squigglefly
Sentiment: Paper Bag Studios--Prosperity
Printed On: Neenah
Media: Copics--W00, W1, W3, W5, W7, RV000, R20, E000, E33, E35, E43, E53, & YR01
Cardstock: Bazzil Papers
DP: Basic Grey--Max & Whiskers
Yellow Flowers: Creative Memories
Orange Flowers: Prima
Turquoise Brads: ??
Brown Brads: Doodlebug
Fluid Chalk: Colorbox--Chestnut Roan & Tangerine
Sentiment Ink: Tim Holtz--Distress Ink--Spiced Marmalade
Outline Ink: Permapaque Marker