Thank’s for popping back, you’re the best! As promised, today we’ll turn some of these leftovers,
Into an Easel Art Card
Gather Your Tools
You’ll need a paper trimmer that includes a scoring blade (look how old mine is, but it still works just fine). My favorite Glue for these types of project’s is 3M Quick Dry Adhesive, it dries fast, clear and holds tight. I also use pop up dots and glue dots for all the bits & pieces.
Cut and score your Art Card (all measures are inches)
Cut sturdy paper or cardstock to measure 12 x 7
Score at 3.5 then 7 then 7.25 then 8.75 then 10.25 and finally 10.5
Use boarder punch of choice on front edge and fold at score lines
Make braces for under card
Cut sturdy paper or cardstock to measure 1 x 3
Score at .50 then 1.5 then 2.5
Cut sturdy paper or cardstock to measure 1 x 2
Score at .50 then 1 then 1.5
Glue in Place
The brace will hold your card in place. You’re now ready to decorate your Art Card as desired, tall items in back fold, short items up front.
This is how it all turned out
Sometimes, leftovers are better the next day.
Petals says “thanks for visiting the the craft room!
We’d love to see how yours turns out.
Be creative and have fun!