Friday, June 20, 2014

Easel Thank You with Post-It Note Pads

MIUM Challenge at StampTV, STV14MON24
(click HERE to see the challenge)

Tricia is hostessing the challenge at StampTV this week, and I am so very glad to be able to play along. We need to pop up at least one flower, so both the daisy tops are fussy cut and popped.

This is an easel card made for my nurse care manager. She works very hard to ensure all her patients try to get care and answers and I appreciate her even with all the red tape and brick walls that somehow find their way into our healthcare system.

I made the box big enough for two pads of Post It notes so a pink one is on the bottom and blue on the top. Behind the front panel is a decorative hidden panel with a note and images for the recipient.

This is the video I watched to remind me of the measurements, then I tweaked some of the layer sizes & box---

Easel Card

Stamp Sets: Birds & Blossoms by Theresa Momber for Gina K. Designs, and Assorted Greetings, also by GKD.
Cardstock and Designer Paper by GKD, Pure Luxury and Shabby Chic Spring
Spellbinder Circle and Scalloped Circle dies
SU Modern Label punch
Fiskars Scallop edge punch
Corner Rounder punch
Inks: Memento & Copic Markers
Sakura Clear, Gold, Aqua and Orange glitter pens; Wink of Stella in clear
Teal organdy ribbon, teal pearls and amber rhinestones from Want2Scrap, adhesive pop dots, lots of Scor Tape, two "Post-It" note pads in pink and blue



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10 comments:

  1. I love your unique easel card which uses the post it note holder for the stand stop. You so talented!

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  2. This is a beautiful card and practical gift, all-in-one! I'm sure it will be very much appreciated! Your sentiment is perfect too!

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  3. Beautiful. What a great gift idea. Thanks for providing the link to the video and all supplies.

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  4. VERY creative, love your color combos! Well done, lady! xo~

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  5. Rosy...this is incredible! I already told you over at STV..but wanted to tell you again! Love it!

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  6. Gorgeous , Love this and absolutely will have to case You did it again Rosy. :) Hugz

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  7. A lovely and creative easel design Rosy!

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  8. Love it Rosy!! Absolutely beautiful, and wouldn't it make a great gift.

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  9. Hi Rosy...love your jobs too...this project is very beautiful...thanks for your comment on HFC facebook and blog...hugs Ada

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  10. Thanks, this is soooo cute! I am making one for every phone! Can go with any color, or decoration. What a great idea!
    Thinking the grandsons can each make one for their teacher! So many possibilities for teacher-type decorations, right?

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Your kind comments really encourage me! Mahalo nui loa!