Put it on an Easel

For years I rejected the thought of making cards for people because I would spend hours only to have them tossed in a drawer (or worse, in the trash).

Now, Globecraft Memories has created a uniquely shaped card, called Easel Greetings, that encourage recipients to keep it on display.

Made of thick cardstock, they come like this:

You decorate the front and then fold them for easy mailing.

The recipient then places the bottom of the card in the little slot and they have a standing card to enjoy.

And, the best part … they cost less than $1 each!

For the front of my card, I used a Tim Holtz Texture Folder to emboss the honeycomb pattern. Then, I inked it with Wild Honey and Rusty Hinge Distress Ink.

I cut the flowers out of Bazzill cardstock using my Cricut (Garden Fresh Cartridge). The stamp is from Lawn Fawn and the bees are brads from Eyelet Outlet. I used dimensional foam squares to raise the large flower and the saying.

The Easel Greetings will soon be available via Globecraft Memories’ website¬†and in local scrapbook stores.

Check out some of the other projects designers have made using the wide variety of Globecraft Memories’ products, and get a discount coupon, by visiting¬†http://www.hobbybabycraft.blogspot.com/.