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A Twisted Easel Card for Just Add Ink #60 - a Colour Challenge

I love easel cards ... well any cards that are shaped differently to the usual rectangular C6 size!! So when I spotted this Twisted Easel Card, it went straight into my favourites.


JAI 60 Colour Challenge

This card features the beautiful new stamp set called, Strength & Hope and will be available for purchase on the 1st April when the Australian/NZ Autumn-Winter Mini Catalogue is released. Stampin' Up! will be donating $2 from every set to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.


The Colour Palette for this Week's Challenge



Monica Gale has a great video tutorial on how to make a Twisted Easel Card which you can find HERE.



Side View



It can then fold flat ready to post.


So as you can see, the Just Add Ink blog has an absolutely divine colour combo to play around with for this week's challenge.

Why don't you hop on over and get inspired by the lovely DT's samples and give it a go? We'd love to see what you create!


Project Recipe:
Stamp Sets: Strength & Hope, Friends 24-7
Card Stock: Old Olive, Whisper White, Crumb Cake
Ink: Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive, Crumb Cake
Accessories: Rich Razzleberry DSP from the Brights Pattern Stack, Jewels - Basic Rhinestones, Old Olive Satin Ribbon, Decorative Label Punch (available 1/4/11), Stamping Sponges, Dimensionals
Non-SU: White paper doilies


Happy Crafting,

Comments

Monica Gale said…
Aww sweetheart thank you for the shout out, what a wonderful example you made using this beautiful set, I might have to case you now LOL> Hugs M xxx
Unknown said…
A Lovely card Bronwyn, and love the doilies too.
Anonymous said…
Absolutely Stunning Bron. Ive put those links in my faves to do later..thanks for that.
Paula Dobson said…
You have done it again bron!! You find the most amaaaazing card folds to try!! Lovely ♥
Mae's Cachet said…
Another fabulous creation, I too have saved the links to make one at another time. Thanks also for the new title over on the JAI post of 'techy expert', my IT son will be so proud of me!
Sandra said…
This is amazing! You are the expert on differnt card folds! :)
Patrice said…
Oh I do love this and I too am going to save the links you've provided and give it a go.

You certainly are the Queen of cleverly folded cards!
Sensational, Bronwyn! You sure know how to do these special fold cards! Gorgeous combo ... can't wait to play! Hugs xxaxx
Tania Gould said…
WOW - u always do the coolest things with the coolest stuff!
Helen Williams said…
Very Beautiful, I love making these cards.
Nikki Spencer said…
Again you have created another stunner Bron, love it! the doily is a great accent.
Susan Joyce said…
Gorgeous card Bron. Love all the different design elements you used.
fabbo card Lovely Bron!
I love that set, there are sooo many wonderful things in that new mini!!
HUgs SHarnee :)
Sue Bayliss said…
A beautiful card love the twist fold will have to give this one a try

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