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A Little Wild Easel Card

Good Morning … it’s going to be a busy day of packing today and final preparations before I head into the city to stay before flying off to New Zealand on Tuesday morning. First though I wanted to share with you my sweet Easel Card using A Little Wild.

A Little Wild Easel Card

I was recently to asked to make a Baby Naming Day Card for one of my Weight Watcher’s Coaches. Oh course I immediately said yes and was thrilled she asked me to make one for her. Then fear struck – I didnt have any ‘Baby Sets’.

What to do … Well I remembered I had the ‘A Little Wild’ stamp set and immediately the Easel Card came to mind. So this is what I made …

The little Elephant comes from the A Little Wild Stamp set and it really was perfect as the Babies’ name was “Ellie”.

I wanted to do her name in letters and the Pick a Pennant Stamp Set was perfect for that part too. It’s perfect as it has both the letters and a couple of different pennants to use.

I used the sweet papers from Twinkle Twinkle Designer Series Paper Pack and coordinating colours for the card base.

Stands by sitting behind the bottom panel. To create this Easel base I simply took a basic card base (297mm x 105mm) folded it in half and burnished with a bone folder. I then folded the top half in half again to create the easel. Then it was just a matter of doing the layers and mats.

It lies flat for easy posting or popping in an regular C6 envelope.

Of course I had to decorate the envelope as well! I stamped the little Elephant lightly water coloured her in. Such a sweet little image for Baby cards dont you think?

Thanks so much for stopping by and hope you like today’s fun and bright Birthday Cheer cards.

Remember, the Retiring List/Last Chance products are only available until 31st May or while stocks last. If there is something you really want be sure to order it as soon as possible so you dont miss out!

See you latte ..

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