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Saturday, April 21, 2012

Ladybug, ladybug!

Hello!  How is your weekend?! I spent a little time at my craft table this morning working on a fun little card!  Easel cards are all the rage right now, but I have not tried my hand at making one yet.  I decided today was the day!    I wanted it to perform like an easel card, but thought it would be fun if it were a little different than than the standard square or rectangular ones!  Here is my non square or rectangular easel card:

Lady bugs are just sooo cute!  Unless you live on the east coast and they invade your house in the late Spring and early Summer in droves...they are less cute then!  I used the large Circle Big Shot die for her body and the 1 3/4" Circle punch for her head.  Her dots are from the Itty Bitty punch pack circle.  

Side view.

Card all opened up.  Another lady bug is waiting on the inside!  The sentiment says Just for you and is from Just Believe.

Close up of the inside little lady!


You can either rest the top against the sentiment or against the little lady on the inside!  Such a fun card to make!

Will keep this brief today as I have a weekend to get to!  Hope yours is wonderful! :)  I will be back soonest with more to share!


4 comments:

~Paola~ said...

Ohmygosh this is totally sweeeeeeeeetttt!!...wish I saw it earlier this morning as I am just finishing tweeking my finishing touches on yet another circle easel (butterfy)card!...I guess we both like cute bugs!...eheh
Favoring yours to case soon...
txs for this wonderfully clever inspiration!
(and for the love U left on my blog too!) ♥

Nancy said...

Your right ladybugs are cute and your ladybug is super cute!

Dorlene Durham said...

You're such a rebel! LOL

VERY cute!

Margaret said...

CUTENESS!! Love your take on the easel card! I've used the butterfly die to make one, but never thought to do a ladybug! LOVE IT!