Thursday, February 3, 2011

Twisted Easel Cards

I joined Paper Craft Planet earlier this week and got an email advertising a tutorial for a twisted easel card that Lyn Bernatovich put together. I was dying to try it out and just love the style. Here are two I made between last night and this evening.


  1. hi niamh , love your cards so romantic looking am gonna head over to that site and have a look at the tutorial
    tfs xmaggiex

  2. How clever to use this shape. I think your cards look great.

  3. Niamh! Your two cards are beautiful! Love the bracket shapes too. Can't wait to post them in the challenge album!

  4. Great take on a twisted easel card, Niamh! Those peach and salmon tones give rest and happy smiles to any viewer.
    Daisy and rose plants are very dormant here under inches and inches of freshly fallen snow over ice from frozen rain. Many years during February a warm season almost like the beginning of spring stays in the area for two or three weeks. This year chinook winds blew hard and strong for six days to melt snow packed over ice to reveal asphalt in major roadways and streets, sidewalks and parking lots. Lawns, side streets, less frequently used sidewalks or sidewalks in shaded areas were yet icy in heavy frozen ruts when this present storm front struck. This morning icy frost hangs from branches and powerlines. Wind has started to shake some of that icy frost to where the skies look like snow is falling instead of blowing from places it had already landed to another place it is blown.
    Blessings on your day, walks with your dog, Angel, and trip to the gym before dinner preparation.
    Keep Looking UP!
    Big Sky Hi