Feels Like Home – Project 5

Happy Stampin’ Friday!

Today’s project has been a fun one to make. I just love easel cards. They are such a fun card to display on any mantle or table.

The Project

Level – Avid (Advanced)

Supply List

  • Stamp Sets
    • Sale-A-Bration Feels Like Home Cling Stamp Set
      • Free reward with a purchase of $50 or more until September 30th, 2021
  • Dies/Embossing Folders
    • Stitched So Sweetly
    • Painted Texture 3D Embossing Folder
  • Cardstock/DSP
    • Evening Evergreen
      • Card Base measures 5-1/2″x8-1/2″, scored and folded at 4-1/4″ and at 2-1/8″
      • Sentiment mat measures 1-3/4″x1″
    • Very Vanilla
      • Scrap large enough for large die cut frame
      • Sentiment layer measures 1-1/2″x3/4″
    • Basic White
      • Bottom inside panel measure 5-1/4″x4″
      • Top inside panels measure 5-1/4″x1-7/8″, cut two
      • Scrap large enough for 2nd largest die cut frame for stamped image
  • Stamp Pads
    • Momento Tuxedo Black
  • Stampin’ Blends
    • Light & Dark Soft Suede
    • Light & Dark Crumb Cake
    • Light & Dark Gray Granite
    • Light Smoky Slate
    • Dark Daffodil Delight
    • Light & Dark Pool Party
    • Light & Dark Real Red
    • Light & Dark Old Olive
  • Embellishments
    • Pearl Basic Jewels
    • (Retired) Forever Greenery Ribbon but could substitute with Diamond Weave Ribbon
  • Adhesive
    • Stampin’ Seal
    • Stampin’ Dimensionals
    • Scotch tape
  • Tools
    • Bone Folder
    • Clear (Acrylic) Block C
    • Paper Snips Scissors
    • Paper Trimmer
    • Simply Scored Scoring Tool
    • Stamparatus
    • Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine


Begin by scoring the card base at 4-1/4″ and again at 2-1/8″.

With a bone folder, fold and burnish each of the score lines.

Using the largest frame die, cut a frame out of Very Vanilla.

On Basic White, stamp image in Tuxedo Black, then cut out using second largest frame.

Color in image.

When using the Light & Dark markers, begin with the dark marker in the shaded areas and use the light marker to draw the color into the open areas of the image.

Emboss the front of the card base. Make sure the folded edge is lined up with the edge of the embossing area and not at the edge of the folder. This will ensure that the entire card front is embossed.

Adhere the colored image to the Very Vanilla frame.

Now, adhere image layers to the card front. Only place adhesive on the bottom half of the image to allow the card front to fold to form the easel.

Center on the card front and adhere.

Adhere the bottom inside panel to the inside of the card base.

Stamp sentiment on Very Vanilla and adhere to the sentiment mat.

Add Stampin’ Dimensionals (I used the edge pieces) and mount on the lower half of the inside panel.

Cut an 8″ length of ribbon and tape to the card base as shown by wrapping the ribbon to the inside of the card base.

Add the two smaller inside panels to cover the top of the inside card base. One panel will cover the taped ribbon edges.

Cut a 6″ length of ribbon and tie a shoelace know on the front of the card around the existing taped ribbon piece. Trim the edges.

Add three Pearl Basic Jewels around the image.

The Final Project

September Special

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When ordering use my name and the September 2021 host code for extra benefits

BrandyAnn Lozoya


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