Circle Flip Easel Card
An easel card is another type of card you can make with the Circle Flip Die set from Creek Bank Creations. Here is the instructional video (starting at the 2:10 mark) showing this technique.
I started with a black A2 size card base and used the “flip” die to create the easel. (It’s the same die used for the traditional flip card but positioned in the opposite direction on the card front.)
I embossed the white decorative panel with a Cuttlebug Swiss Dots folder. (The die for this panel is included in the set.) I cut red glitter card stock with the “Make A Wish” die from Elizabeth Craft Designs (#1553) and the 1 inch “Thick Materials Star” punch by Fiskars.
The striped panel is digital paper by TheMockupLoft that I purchased on Etsy and was printed on glossy photo paper because I wanted the black to be really bold.
The “inside” sentiment is from the “Flower Builders” set from Gina K Designs (retired?) and was popped up with foam tape to hold the easel in place when opened. I also included a blank panel for a handwritten message and signature.
This A2 size card folds flat for mailing.
Thanks for checking out my card project!
7 thoughts on “Circle Flip Easel Card”
Lovely card! I am enjoying the many ways you are using this die set. I watched the videos yesterday. It does look like a versatile set.
Your bold color choices with the fun die is such a dramatic effect. Love the swirl of the edge.
Stunning card – love the bold colors!
Wow! You are making all different types of wonderful cards with your flip circle die. This is another great one!
So gorgeous and it definitely looks like a celebration.
WOW!! Another amazing card with the flip circle die. You can never go wrong with the bold black, white & red combo.
Dramatic card and wonderful design. Obviously a very versatile die based on your examples. Love the black and white with the sparkly red. It sure pops