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Tutorial Challenge #2- Circle Easel Card

Hi Friends!  Wishing you Sunday Blessings!

Today starts the next tutorial challenge hosted by The Scrapbook Blessings Club facebook group.  You can play along HERE. Just request an invite for the group. We have a great bunch of crafters that love learning new techniques!

There is actually two videos for you to use for your challenge card.  The first one is using a die cutting machine.  You can use manual or electric (if you weld your circles together).  The second is the "old fashion way", using just paper, scissors and glue.  So pick which one you want to do...or do both for extra chances to win!


  • Here is my first card using a machine...


Tutorial #1



  • Here is my second card using the "tag" technique that I cut out with my paper trimmer...



(the design for this card was for a challenge for Colorful Creations... use your favorite products, in this case: my cuttlebug and circle dies, Memento ink, embossing powers/gun, sparkle/glitter, ribbon.  AND to use something that you are not comfortable with, so I used my Stamp Around set from Inkadinkado (I bought it awhile ago and  tested out of the box and never touched it again.  I also used a stick pin which is my first time.  Overall I think this is one of my favorite cards.

Tutorial #2
I would love to see you at "The Club"...membership is free, lol!

PS!!!! I have a 3rd "mini" tutorial...  Making a circle easel card very fast! All you need is a bowl, pencils, scissors and some adhesive.

  • Using a small bowl, flip it over and trace the outside once and then trace it again but this time overlap the first circle a little bit.
  • Now trace another circle by itself ( red paper)...the small circle was just extra to show that you can get two sizes with 1 bowl. I just traced the bottom of the bowl to get the smaller circle.


  •  Now cut the circles out by hand


  •  Fold the double circle where they meet in the center
  • Next fold the top circle in half and down (I just eye balled it)


  •  Finally adhere the single circle to the bottom portion of the folded circle

There you go! Nice and Easy!


Challenge entry:

Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,
Sandy,
 

Comments

  1. Very pretty - all of them. I'm inspired to make an easel card today!

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  2. super tutorial, Sandy, thank you for sharing xx

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  3. Great card and tutorial Sandy. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Gorgeous card and a fabulous tutorial Sandy
    Hugz, Lorraine xx

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  5. These are gorgeous and a great tutorial too. Thank you for sharing.

    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  6. Thank you for the invitation to add my card to your new challenge. Fab tutorial on making an easel & good luck with the new challenge blog.
    Tine :)

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  7. Awesome tutorials Sandy and I LOVE how you made the ribbon with the rhinestone:-)

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  8. Thanks for inviting me to enter Sandy - I haven't happened across this blog before, so I will certainly be visiting again - super tutorial. xx

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