That doesn't mean you have to follow suit as long as you are sharing an old project with me I'd love it if you'd join in. Don't forget to leave a short message to let me know you are joining me or I won't know to visit your blog and share the love of crafting.
My choice of Christmas cards today starts with this easel card.
Back in 2011 the punch around the pages by Martha Stewart were the next big thing but there was a knack to using them. I decided to see if I could make a rectangular shape using them and make it into an easel style card. At the time there were lots of square easel cards about but I wanted to have a go at something a little different. What I would say is that the card attaching the two rectangles together is the key to getting the card not only to sit up as photographed above but also to lie flat in a rectangle for posting too. The fold is not where you would expect!
As well as the PATP I have used papers by MME (My mind's eye) and elements from their Christmas kit, finishing it with distress ink vintage photo and a satin red ribbon.
Feel free to join me sharing an oldie today, the more the merrier.
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This morning my hubby is treating me to breakfast out after getting the boys away to school, then hopefully I won't be too stuffed to crack on with a little housework, maybe if I do I'll get chance for a little crafting later. Enjoy your Friday, more from me tomorrow with some more crafty quotes for the weekend.