I saw this easel card on a crafter’s website once, but now I can’t find the site. However, I really wanted to make these for a few friends that I knew would really like one for their desks. I worked and worked and worked until I got it just the way I wanted it. And I’m so excited and happy with the final result. You will see the ‘evolution’ from the lavender to the yellow to the green as I resolved my issues. Working with the multiple square shapes in KNK Studio, I was having a hard time keeping all the layers straight, with how I wanted it to look. Then I had a ‘moment’ and I was soooo excited! I remembered one of Sandy’s videos on “Clipping” and I used it for my patterned pieces. This was a great way to keep them visually organized!
Click the following link for the measurements used on this easel card.
I love these Magnolia and Gorguss stamps – I can’t get enough of them. I specifically made the inset layers to accommodate these stamps , however you could adjust the group down to any size desired (it really can’t go any larger). I drew the wooden bench under the Magnolia girl on the green easel card with a multiliner. The images are colored with Copic markers and the flowers are by Prima.