Scallop Circle Easel Card

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Posted on 24th August 2015 by Sandra Dunne
Filed under Card Making Ideas, All Papercraft Tutorials, Design Team

Hi! It's Sandie here and today I want to share with you how I make a scallop circle easel card. These are quick and easy to make and can be taylored for any occasion. 

Supplies needed:
Card - White Plain
Patterned Paper
Embellishments of choice. 

How to:

Fold the white card in half to create a card base. Cut with your circular scallop die. Make sure the fold of the card base is not cut within the die, so as to leave a card "hinge".

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Cut another piece of card with the same die. This will be your card front. Adhesive will be applied to the top half only when adhering to the base.

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Place your card base in front of you with the "card hinge" on top. Take the upper part of the card base and fold it back in half, lining up the scallops. Crease well with a bone folder.

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Cut some circles for the front and inside of the card. The largest circle on the inside should be slightly smaller than for the front of the card.

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Create a layer to adhere to the inside of card. Make sure you have some embellishment on there that will stop your card front, when you pop it up.

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Stamp the sentiment onto some white card and cut to size. Floss a button with some thread, or twine, and create a your card front.

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Adhere card front to the base. As you can see, when the card is popped up, the cloud holds it open.

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Tagged: papercraft tutorials, design team, card making tutorial, card making technique

1 thought on “Scallop Circle Easel Card”

Renee

28th August 2015 at 6:09 pm

Unusual and I love the mild masculine colour scheme. The design seems flawless and well executed...Great work Sandie...

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