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Hey, I love the front and the back of that card! So cool that the easel tucks in on the back. Your homemade treats are the most special things in the world!


Hi Janine and Kathy!

Ill show in more detail when I get home and can do photos, etc. but basically, the top half-inch end of the 2 wide easel strip piece is glued to the backside of the card front. The strip is scored in two more locations, folded, and the bottom half-inch end of the 2 wide easel piece is just tucked up into the little belt loop looking piece thats at the bottom of the card. There isnt any glue holding it in place. The belt loop looking piece is only adhered to the base of the card at the sides, so the easel end can tuck up into the belt loop in the center. I hope this makes sense... hahaha!!


Cluck, cluck!
-Anna.

Easel cards are easy to make and there are lots of videos online teaching how to make them. Try searching on YouTube.

I think using the puppy as a tag is so darn cute! :)

I'm still wracking my brains for what to make for my sisters-in-law. Stamped candles or decorated candy canes?

Hope you are enjoying the nice weather. :)

I'm with Janine. Couldn't figure it out from "For mailing, the easel slides out of the bottom "pocket", and folds flat against the back of the card." Have fun up in God's Country. Say hello to the mountains and snow for me. We'll be using the AC today. sigh

Okay!! Love this but can you tell me how to make the easel??

Beautiful card and the jar is awesome too! Happy holidays!!

I will assume you are posting this from WA !!! Cute card. Love those Oct. Afternoon papers. Have a fun tiem. Hugs....

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