Easel card, interactive card, Stampin'Up

A wonderful desk gift

Do you have a family member or friend who recently got a job? or maybe someone who you really want to give them little gift? Well, look no more. This desktop drawer with a mini calendar is a wonderful desk gift for your friends and family, made with love!

Using products from the Annual catalog, I made this little gift for my daughter who recently got a job and has her own new desk. Congratulations to her 💗

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  • For the easel:
    • 1 pieces of Cherry cobbler measuring 6″ x 4”
    • 1 piece Cherry cobbler measuring to 6″ x 8”, score on the 8″ side at 2″ and 4” 
  • For the drawer
    • 1 piece of cherry cobbler measuring 7-1/2″ x 10- 1/2″, scored on the 10-1/2″ (landscape view) at 1/2″, 1- 1/2″, 2- 1/2″, 8″, 9″  and 10”
    • scored on the 7-1/2″ side (portrait view) at 1″, 2″, 5 1/2″  and 6 1/2”
    • 1 piece of black cardstock measuring 5-3/8″ x 3-3/8″
    • 1 piece of DSP measuring 5-1/4″ x 3-1/4″
    • 1 piece of black cardstock measuring 5-3/8″ x 7/8
    • 1 piece of DSP measuring 5-1/4″ x 3/4″
    • 2 pieces of black cardstock measuring 3-3/8″ x 7/8″
    • 2 pieces of DSP measuring 3-1/4″ x 3/4″
  • For the box the drawer sides in and out:
    • 1 piece of Cherry cobbler measuring 7- 7/8″ x 8- 1/8”, scored on the 8-1/8″ side (landscape view) at 3 -1/2″ and 4 -5/8”
    • scored on the 7-7/8″ side (portrait view) at 1 1/8″ and 6 3/4”
    • 2 piece of black cardstock measuring 5-1/2″ x 1
    • 2 pieces of DSP measuring 5-3/8″ x 7/8

Product List

Cherry Cobbler 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock




Basic Black 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock




Basic White 8 1/2" X 11" Cardstock




Hello Ladybug Bundle (English)




Hello Ladybug Photopolymer Stamp Set (English)




Ladybug Builder Punch




Silver & Clear Epoxy Essentials




Cherry Cobbler Stampin' Blends Combo Pack




Cherry Cobbler Classic Stampin' Pad




Mossy Meadow Classic Stampin' Pad




Tuxedo Black Memento Ink Pad




Painted Posies 3 D Embossing Folder




Meadow Moments Embossing Folders




Paper Trimmer




Take Your Pick




Bone Folder




Stampin' Seal+




Multipurpose Liquid Glue




Stampin' Dimensionals




Stampin' Cut & Emboss Machine




Paper Snips




Fine-Tip Glue Pen




Here is another box to inspire your creativity.

Easel card, Fun fold, Paper Pumpkin Alternative

August Paper Pumpkin Alternative

Here is our second project for August’s Paper Pumpkin alternatives. This kit has been so successful it is sold out. I really hope you got yours and can play along with me, creating these alternatives. But, if you didn’t get out your favorite stamp and designer series paper and have fun creating another version of it!

Subscribe to September’s Paper Pumpkin Kit here. Don’t forget to do it before September 10th! Send me an email if you have questions.

Paper Pumpkin kit video

When I was making the video, I didn’t realized that some of the measurements were a tiny bit off. The measurements down below are correct though.


  • Card base is one piece of white cardstock measuring 11″ x 4-1/4″
  • In the video, I used a piece measuring 11″ x 4-1/8″, which made it super easy for the layering, but when I placed the piece on the card base there was a little bit extra on the end. See picture below. It didn’t affect the card at all. So, I am giving the measurements for both options 🙂 and you can choose which one to make.
  • Option 1
    • A piece of white cardstock measuring 11″ x 4-1/8″, scored at 2-3/4″ and at 5-1/2″
    • 1 piece measuring 4″ x 5-3/8″
    • 2 pieces measuring 4″ x 2-3/8″
  • Option 2
  • A piece of white cardstock measuring 10-3/4″ x 4-1/8″. Scored at 2-11/16″ (this is the mark just before the 2-3/4″) and 5-3/8“.
  • 1 piece measuring 4″ x 5-1/4″
  • 2 pieces measuring 4″ x 2-9/16″ (which is the mark right after 2-1/2″) If you don’t like to use 16th of an inch, you can use the 2-5/8″ , but the margin for the layer will be too small. I would rather use the 2-1/2″.

Happy Stamping!!!

Birthday Card, Easel card, Stampin'Up, Step cards

How to make easel step cards

You are going to love this easel step card. Let’s learn how to make easel cards together. This is such a wonderful addition to our step cards collection ( you can check them out here). I love it’s versatility and really like the fact that you can actually cover the step part of the card, so there is a wonderful surprise inside. As always, there is video tutorial and a free printable PDF.

The main supplies for this easel step card are:

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You will need:

  • Card base and easel:
    • 1 piece of Starry Sky cardstock measuring 5-1/2” x 11”.
    • 1 piece of Fresh Freesia cardstock measuring 5-3/8” x 5-3/8”
    • 1 piece of Fresh Freesia cardstock measuring 5-3/8” x 2-5/8”
    • 1 piece of Butterfly and Kisses DSP (Designer series paper) measuring 5-1/4” x 5-1/4”
    • 1 piece of Butterfly and Kisses DSP measuring 5-1/4 x 2-1/2”
    • 1 piece of scrap in black that measures 5-3/8” x 1”
  • Steps:
    • 1 piece of Fresh Freesia cardstock measuring 7” x 5-1/4”
    • Starry Night cardstock:
      • 2 pieces measuring 7/8” x  5-1/8″
      • 2 pieces measuring 1-7/8” x  5-1/8”
    • DSP:
      • 2 pieces measuring 5” x  3/8”
      • 2 pieces measuring 5” x  3/4”
      • 2 pieces measuring 5” x  1-3/4”
  • Easel:
    • 1 piece if Starry Night cardstock measuring 5-1/2 x 5-1/2
    • 1 piece of DSP measuring 5-3/8: x 5-3/8”
    • 1 piece of white cardstock measuring 5-1/4” x 5-1/4”
    • 1 piece of DSP measuring  5-1/4” x 3”
    • Scraps in Calypso Coral, Crushed Curry, Parakeet Party and Starry Night
    • White scraps for sentiment and clouds.

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And, here are other samples to ignite your creativity!

Easel card, Fun fold, interactive card

Easel Window card, playing with acetate

Welcome back my friends! I have used acetate many times before, specially creating shaker cards. But, I decided to learn more about how to make beautiful card with it and it was an amazing journey. I made an easel window card using the new Sweet Songbirds bundle along with the Sun Prints Designer Series Paper and the Amazing Thanks dies! As usual, you will find the video tutorial and the instructions down below in a free PDF tutorial.

Before moving forward…. join my online class! These are the cards we will be making! Gorgeous! find more info here

Let’s be honest, isn’t this bird sooo cute? I love everything about him and the stamp set is very versatile. Easel cards are simple cards that definitely have a wow to them. They are a lot of fun!

You will need:

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Christmas Cards, Easel card, Fun fold

Triple easel Christmas Card 

Hello, hello! I want to share with you a card I made today. This card is fun! I am using the Sweet Stockings Suite, which is quickly turning into one of my favorite collections from the Stampin’Up Mini Catalog. I used mostly the Designer Series paper, also called Sweet Stockings, but I did used some of the stamps and dies. Just remember that if you buy a suite or a bundle you save 10%.

The triple easel card is much simpler than you would expect. I have included the instructions in my Crafting Corner and you can find my video tutorial in my Youtube channel.

The Sweet Stockings DSP is definitely for the animal lovers about there. It has dogs, cats, mice, parrots and fish, yeap we have them all.  I fuzzy cut some of the animals from our designer paper and stamped and used them in the cards as main focal points. I also stamped and die-cut a few gifts from the suite stamp set and colored with alcohol markers. 

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