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Easel Card on Box

Done by Fabulicious DT Member: Michelle Frisby

For This Project You Will Need

Instructions

  1. Cut two pieces of C84 008 6" x 6" square. Take one of those pieces and cut just a smidgeon smaller – so that your base when folded is a slightly smaller box shape than the top.
  2. There are many different ways to fold little boxes and the internet is a great resource.
  3. Using a scalloped metal die cut the base of your card using white cardstock and then cut two scallop circles the same size using C88 008.
  4. Assemble your easel card and cover the white cardstock with your patterned paper.
  5. Cut a variety of pieces of foliage using a foliage die.
  6. Build your embellishment cluster by layering your foliage, muslin, flowers etc. Adhere to one and other on top of the corrugated cardboard – this gives a little bit of height in case you want to tuck another layer or two under your flowers as you are building it up.
  7. Using a leaf punch cut out two smaller leaves – adhere leaves, flower and stamens to the bottom layer of your easel card so that the top of your card stays opened permanently.
  8. Adhere easel card to the top of your gift box.
  9. Grab a paintbrush and randomly apply a little gesso.
  10. Congratulations, you’re done.