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Thursday, 6 November 2014

La-La Land Crafts Easle Tutorial


Hi Everyone I'm here with a tutorial on how I make my
 Easle Cards using the Lattice Doily Border Die


First of all I cut out the Blue circles 11.5cm x 3
      White 10.5cm x 2
      Snowflake Paper 10cm x 2


I then cut one off these bases using the 11.5cm Circle by folding my
 cardstock in half and by putting my die over the edge of the
 cardstock so as not to cut the fold keeping it still joined.
 I then folded one of the circles in half.


I then Cut  Lattice Doily Border Die White x 6
       Lattice Doily Border Die  Blue x 2

I then glue 3 white  Lattice Doily Border Die as shown it works out about four
of the tiny scallops overlapping on each die. Do the same with the other three

I then add a Blue one behind the white ones so it peeks out the side.
 Do the samewith the second lot of white ones too.


I then stuck the Blue circles on the Lattice Doily Border Die  bases
as above and the spare two Blue circles go on the back of the ones you
can see.

I then layer the White circles on the Blue ones

This time I use dimensionals to stick my Snowflake paper on with as it gives
my pearls somewhere to lean and make the perfect circle.

I then tape the folded half and join the top of the Card to it. I do it so
 I have a Blue Lattice Doily Border Die  on the right on the top and
 left on the bottom for balance.

I have used the Lattice Border Die dimentionalised for the Easle to rest on and
 stand up.See how I have then ran glue around the white circle and the
 pearls lean nicely againstthe Snowflake paper.

I have then decorated my Gorgeous Card Base. Here are some Examples.
I hope you have some fun making these up they are so well worth the effort.
All the Dies and Stamps are Avalaible at La-La Land Crafts



8 comments:

  1. This is such a wonderfully clear tutorial (thank you), it is something I am planning to do, but just haven't had a moment to do it yet. All your cards are always so beautiful.
    Hugs
    Gina x

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  2. thanks for the tutorial :)
    hugs
    céline

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  3. Thanks for the tutorial Jen, added to my to do list, nicely done
    Hugs Julie P

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  4. Beautiful card Jen. Thanks for the Tutorial. Judy x

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  5. Very interesting. Thank you, Jen.

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  6. I do love an easel card, and these are particularly pretty :) x

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  7. WAUE, gorgeous cards you make and great tutorial.

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  8. Good morning sweetie, these are just gorgeous, fab colours, hugs Pops x x x

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Hugs Jennifer

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