Super cute and tiny card

This super cute card will be useful as a tag for a gift, or will be a sweet teensy greeting when your housemate sits down to breakfast. It’s even a fun card to tuck inside a larger envelope for mailing. Easel card stands firmly, and is small enough that it can sit right next to a computer monitor or on another work surface.

This card requires a few cuts, and a few score (fold) marks. See the diagram below for the exact sequence of steps. The thicker lines are cut lines and the thinner lines are scoring (folding) lines. You can see a demonstration for how to build this easel card base in my Serenity LIVE Facebook video here.

Thick lines are cut lines, and thin lines are scoring (folding) lines.
This is the inside/back of the card once all the steps have been completed.
This is the base of the card when it’s standing. You can see some imperfections in the cutting and scoring here. Imperfections are not noticeable on the card from a slight distance.
Here is another version, done with the luscious Boho Kit. Notice the cute little hearts that are die cut into the vase?

Here are a few more useful dimensions:

  1. The DSP strips along the side are cut to 1/4″ x 2 1/4″.
  2. The DSP strip along the bottom is cut to 1/4″ x 2 3/4″.
  3. The Whisper White panel is added with dimensionals to the front of the Easel Card. The layer is 1 3/4″ x 2 1/4″.

I also used the same stamp set and floral paper to make a clean and simple card.

All you really need to make a great card is stamps, ink, and paper. This card took 5 minutes to make and would be super sweet to receive.

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