Thursday, December 17, 2020

La-La Land Crafts 14 Days of Christmas - Day 14



Hello everyone! Welcome to Day 14 of the annual La-La Land Crafts 14 Days of Christmas!

Jennifer here with you today to share a tutorial with you!

Today's tutorial is:  A Double Easel Card

This is a Great Extra special Card for Christmas or if you have completed all your
cards you could turn it into a Great Winter or Birthday Card.

Skin: E000, E00, E04, E11, E21
Hair: E51, E53, E55, E57
Dress, Hat Trims: BG11, BG45, BG57, BG72
Hat, Boots, Candy Cane:  R32, R35, R37, R39, 89
Trims: W00, W0, W01, W03
Holly Leaves: G21, YG63, YG67

White cardstock:
Card Base 11 x 4 1/2 Score @ 5 1/2, 8 1/4
Card Easel 5 1/2 x 4 1/2
Small Card Base 5 x 2 Score @ 2 1/2, 3 5/8
Small Easel 2 1/2 x 2
Large Clock Die
One of the Suitcase Side Layer Die

Brown cardstock:
Scalloped Elongated Rectangles x 2  19 scallops x 15 scallops
 2 x 2 5/16 x 1 13/16
Largest Pierced Scalloped Circles Die
2 x Pinecone Bough* Die
Hands of the Large Clock Die

Aqua Cardstock:
2 x Double Stitched Rectangles diecut  Elongated to fit in the Brown 
Scalloped Enlongated die cuts
Largest Double Stitched Circles Die
3 x Pinecone Bough*Die

Red cardstock:
4 x Pinecone Bough*Die
Large Clock Die

Home For Christmas Paper Pack:
Red snowflake 4 15/16 x 3 13/16
Light woodgrain 4 15/16 x 3 13/16
Light woodgrain 2 x 1 1/2
Dark woodgrain Pinecone Bough*Die 4 pinecones
Poinsettia aqua Stitched Nested Circles Die second Largest 
Poinsettia aqua Poinsettia Die 

Clear Acetate:
Stitched Nested Circles Die second Largest 

~ now for the tutorial you have been waiting for ~ 
my 3D Double Easel Card with a shaker clock.

Side look.

A the yummy products used.

First of all I Cut and Scored the card base.

I then cut the layers for the card base and easel.

I then layered them up using 3D tape on the brown and aqua layers.  I then just taped the rest.

I then cut and scored the small easel card base and easel.

Next I cut all the small layering pieces.

I then layered and taped them together.

I then taped the easels to there bases as in the picture.  Next I 3D taped the small easel card on to the big card about 1 inch in.

Time to create the shaker clock so I cut out these pieces from the list above.

I also cut a red clock out as well and used just the numbers.

I used the white clock and  I popped out the numbers and the holes all the way around. I then glued acetate to the back I glued the red numbers in the holes and used the brown hands.
I added a copic coloured pearl to the centre to match Marci's dress. Next I used 3D tape around the back of the clock and popped little crystals in it and the poinsettia aqua circle  on the back to create the shaker. I then layered it on the aqua stitched circle and brown scalloped circle.

I then created a poinsettia using the 2 diecuts. I inked around them in aqua ink and curled the petals using my bone folder. In the center I popped 6 white pearls and 1 red one that fitted on the die cut perfectly. 
I 3D taped then together in the center.

I then diecut the pinecones and used brown ink around them. I also diecut the pine needles
to embellish the card. I coloured Marci up and she looked Gorgeous in the vintage look colours.

I attached Marci to the small easel card and then embellished the card with all the pieces we diecut.
I finished it off by stamping a Happy Christmas sentiment on the Suitcase Side Layer Die and 3D' it so the small easel could rest against it.

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  1. Such a fab card, Jenny! Thanks for the tutorial! xx

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  3. Such a fab card, Jenny! Thanks for the tutorial! xx

  4. Such a fab card, Jenny! Thanks for the tutorial! xx

  5. Such a fab card, Jenny! Thanks for the tutorial! xx

  6. This is beautiful. I love the way this is decorated. The double easel is a great technique.