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Triple Easel Card

Hi everyone, today I’m sharing these cool Triple Panel Cards

Triple Easel Fold Card

These cards are easy to make and can be made in any size and shape you like.

Triple Easel Fold Card

This card is the same as my Circle Easel card I made a while ago, I just added two smaller easel cards onto the front.

Triple Easel Fold Card

You can also have as many easels as you like, I like the odd number of 3 and I think 5 would work well too.

Circle Easel Cards

They fold flat and fit into a 6″ x 6″ envelope if you follow the 5.3/4 size I make.

Triple Easel Fold Card

You can write your message on the inside of the largest easel or on the very back.

Triple Easel Fold Card

I used the Paper Addicts ‘Tropical Bliss’ papers and Bright Rosa Fern dies to make this.

You can get the papers from Amazon here.

Paper Addicts Tropical Bliss Pack

The Bright Rosa die is available from Craft Stash here.

Bright Rosa Fern Border

To make these you will need…

A nest of circle or any shape dies. I used my Circle Stitched dies from The Works.

White card stock to cut your easel cards from.

Pattern paper to decorate.

I decorated my cards with some jewels I got from an embellishment mix from The Works. I can’t find them online, so they may only be available instore.

My handy brand new ‘Pick Up Tool’ is by Dovecraft and available from Amazon here.

Check out my full tutorial below.

I decorated my envelopes with some matching paper from the pack.

Triple Easel Fold Card

I love all the fussy cut images.

Triple Easel Fold Card

And the sentiment is from the Cardmaking & Papercraft magazine issue 198 free stamp set. Available here.

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As always I can’t decide what one I like the most, they are both lovely!

Triple Easel Fold Card

Thank you for stopping by

Happy crafting

Sam

xoxo

 

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4 thoughts on “Triple Easel Card

  1. Love this card. Your colour scheme is wonderful. I have made a children’s version for my granddaughter’s 4th birthday coming up soon so thank you for a great idea. You make me experiment more than I would with your fantastic videos. Will put a picture of my effort on Facebook xx

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  2. Hi Anne, thank you, it’s so lovely hearing that your experimenting more and trying new folds and techniques.
    I’m glad you enjoyed this card, it’s a fun one to make. I hope your Granddaughter loves it 🙂

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