Easel Card for Christmas in July Display

Easel Card Christmas in July disply

I’m not quite sure why there are dark marks on the acetate panel (the dotty part on the front) as they are not on the card.  Just the vagaries of my poor photography I expect.

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Another angle also with a dark mark in the corner which is not on the actual card!  This one shows the Easel with a nightlight inside.Easel Card1

Another view of the nightlight sitting inside the card.

 

All  items used are from Stampin’ UP! and are available in my online shop.

  • Craft Cardstock, Very Vanilla Cardstock
  • Gold Foil Acetate sheets
  • Affectionately Yours Washi tape Collection
  • Delicate Ornaments Thinlits Dies
  • Greeting from Embellished Ornaments Stamp Set
  • Gold Thread
  • Battery operated nightlight from IKEA

Thanks for stopping by.

9 thoughts on “Easel Card for Christmas in July Display

  1. Love the idea of using a nightlight. I bought some last year and put them in tiny little houses, but this is great inspiration for something different.

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      1. It is very effective. Funny how we stopped using vellum for a while. I can’t live without it now (slight exaggeration)!

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  2. What a clever idea to have the candle light within the easel card, it’s wonderful! As for photography, that is one we all feel the struggle for lol, (I really need for time to practice how to take photos, but the problem is that it interferes with my card creating time)

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  3. Thank you. Yes photography is a whole new artform that I would love to master along with many other things, however at the moment my papercrafting is definitely taking priority. The front of my card is acetate and therefore any tiny ripple will pick up light from other sources. What the eye doesn’t see the camera will pounce on!

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