Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Double Twisted Easel Tutorial

Hiya Everyone, Thanks for stopping by here on the Inky Impressions Inspirational Blog, I hope you like what my teamies have been showcasing :)

It's my Turn (Joey) to share some Inspiration for you and this month I have a Double Twisted Easel Card Tutorial to share, I hope it is easy enough to follow, It is Picture Heavy :)
 You will need
3 - 6x6 card Blanks (cut 1 blank in half, keep one half and discard the other)
1 - 6x12 Card Base
 Take one of your card blanks and score a diagonal corner to corner
 Do the same with the other side, scoring the opposite corners
This is how they look in front of you
 When you sit them on the 6x12 base this is how they will look
 This picture is just to show you a rough idea of how it would look
 I wanted to show you my decorated panels before I stuck them down, I always decorate the main parts of my panels before I stick
 Glue the whole 6x12 base and the two triangle flaps
 Stick the two cards to the base
 It should look like this
 Then stick your two panels on to the triangle flaps, remember to stick your card panel up the right way
 You have finished assembling it and it is ready to decorate
 Nice bold and bright
Some Bunting and lots of space to use many different Inky Stamps :)
All these stamps I coloured with copics, the lettering I cut on my cricut
I used from the Inky Impressions Shop - Fairy Lili, Deputy Christopher, Flower Lili, Nickies Birdie and Lilis Ice Cream.
and a gorgeous Charm, The Inky Impressions Shop has loads do take a look :)

I hope this has inspired you and was easy enough to follow,
Thanks for Stopping By
x x x


  1. Fab card and great tutorial. Hugs,Moni

  2. Thank you for this tutorial Joey .I have never made an easle card of any kind , thank you this will be invaluable Hugs Elaine

  3. Thank you for this tutorial. Your double twisted easel is super gorgeous! Shows of the adorable images very well.

    Michaela xx

  4. I love the images. they are super cool. Thanks for sharing this tutorial.
    hugs Julie

  5. Wow Joey, this is amazing! I love how you showed us the tutorial in such great detail and then you showed us each image up close. It turned out wonderfully!


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