Paper Playtime is to make an easel card. Since my son was turning 21 (last week, can't believe he is 21 already!) I decided to make his birthday card an easel card. This is what I came up with.
I started with a piece of tan colored card stock cut to 4 1/4" X 11". I then scored this card stock at 2 1/4" and 5 1/2". My mug is cut from the Everyday Pop Up Cricut cartridge at 5". I used my Imagine and the Hopscotch color cartridge for the colors on the mug. I cut all the layers and adhered them together after inking everything lightly with some Wild Honey distress ink. I added some Rock Candy stickles to the foam at the top of the mug and covered the entire mug with Glossy Accents so it gave the appearance of glass. Cheers is also cut from the Everyday Pop Up Cartridge and was cut at 1 1/2". I again used the Hopscotch cartridge and flood filled the shadow layer with a dark blue from the cartidge and the top layer with a pattern. I attached Cheers with pop dots to the inside of my card. Finally I cut a circle from Birthday Bash at 2" and stamped my sentiment in dark blue ink. I threaded some twine through the tag and tied it to the handle of the much and attached the the tag to the front of the mug with a glue dot. He loved the card and had a great birthday!
Oh, by the way, Mary at CardzTV is our guest designer this week at Paper Playtime and has a video tutorial on her blog on how to make an Easel Card. Be sure to pay her a visit. Thanks for visiting and I hope you will play along with us at Paper Playtime.