How to Create an Easel Card with Studio 75

Hi dear crafty friends!

I love giving cards that I made, but sometimes a regular card feels to little. So today I want to share How to Create an Easel Card with Studio 75 which is a little more than a card. It has an option to be opened and stand on its own so it looks much more impressive and a great display.



How to Create an Easel Card with Studio 75

A easel card might look complicated but it's really easy to create.

1. Start with a piece of 12 x 4 double sided cardstock. You need both sides of the cardstock because the other side will show when the card is standing.

2. Score on 6" and 9". Fold both fold line in the same direction.



3. Create a focal point to the card. I used three different sizes of circle scallop punches. I attached them with foam tape for extra dimension. Then I embellished it with some flowers and punched leafs.



4. Apply glue on the bottom half of your focal point and attach it to the front of the card. The part with the glue should be under the fold line and the top part should have no glue on it. This way when the card is standing the focal point will be able to stand too.

5. Attach a strip of paper to the inside of the card on the edge in order to hold the standing part of the card.


Even if you add little embellishments to the inside of the card, like I did it can still close and fit inside an envelope.

I hope now you know How to Create an Easel Card with Studio 75 and give it a try!

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