Thursday, June 1, 2017

Card topper Easel Motorcycle Card

This is a different type of Easel  that  sits on top of a card.  It is a modification of a circle easel card I posted earlier here          .

                                                                      Easel closed

The Easel was made using one of the Lots of Labels framelit and die cutting it on a double folded piece of Whisper White card stock.  By placing the die slightly over the edge of the fold, you get two pieces joined in the middle.  One of the pieces is folded in half towards the inside.  This becomes the Easel.
The bottom, unfolded part, is adhered to a larger Lots of Labels framelit die cut in Basic Black.
A smaller label die cut in Whisper White was stamped with the Born to Ride stamp set, including he tire marks underneath the motorcycle. Before adhering it to the Easel, the edges are sponged with Basic Gray ink.
Adhesive is applied to the bottom folded half of the easel, and the art piece is applied to that.
Tip:  close easel and lay art piece on top  matching edges.

                                                                      Easel opened.

The card base is Basic Black layered with a retired DSP which was stamped with the "dirt" stamp in the lower part.  A strip of DSP, stamped with parallel tire tracks was added horizontally along the lower 1/4.

The easel is added to the center of this card and some Urban District embellishments added to both upper sides.

The card opens in a regular way with a sentiment inside.

Supplies:
Stamp:  One Wild Ride
Inks:  Basic Black, Basic Gray
Papers:  Basic Black, Whisper White, Retired DSP, Marina Mist
Accessories:  Lots of Labels framelits, Urban District embellishments, Birthday Framelits.
Dimensionals.


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