Wednesday, 21 February 2018

Lemon Curd Easel

Morning, I'm mixing it up today with this card. It's an easel card that I made for the launch of Sara's 'Vintage Tea Party' collection. I'm also using the Crafters Companion easel dies that were recently launched on Hochanda. The papers add a lovely accent detail to the edge of the card.


For this card you will need:
Floral Easel Die Set
Tea and Biscuits Die Set
Made with Love Dies Set
Vintage Tea Party 6x6 paper pad
Paper clay or similar
Foliage die
Silver Mirri Card
Centura Pearl White 'Hint of Silver'
Kraft Card
Indigo Blu Banana Custard  and Emerald City Acrylic paint
Acetate
Cheese Grater

Step 1: Create your easel base using the Floral Easel Die set using Centura Pearl.

Step 2: Cut 2 pieces from the paper pad, selecting the decorative edge. Secure to your base card with Collall Tacky glue.

Step 3: Using both edge dies from the Easel set create 2 frames from Centura Pearl and secure to the base card.

Step 4: Form your paper clay into a lemon shape and make 3, add texture with a cheese grater and leave to dry.

Step 5: Paint the lemons with the Banana Custard and add a spot of the green at the end of the lemons.

Step 6: Cut 2 spoons from Mirri Card, secure a little lemon card behind the bowl of the spoon. Cut some foliage for decoration.

Step 7: Arrange the elements on your base card, this will now form your stopper. Use Collall 3D glue gel for this.

Step 8: Cut 3 of the jars from Acetate and paint using Banana Custard, You may need 2 coats.

Step 9: Cut the lid covers using paper from the 6x6 paper pad.

Step 10: Cut the jar fronts and label from Kraft card.

Step 11: Assemble the elements using 3D glue gel

Step 12: Arrange and secure the jars to your card, again using 3D glue gel.


I really hope you have enjoyed your visit today, along with the tutorial I have included for this project. Thank you so much for taking the time to pop by and I hope you will visit again very soon. Take care and Happy Crafting.xx

2 comments:

  1. A lovely card Nick. I do like the lemons. Your work is amazing. Thank you for sharing this.

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  2. Love love love your lemon curd card Nick. Really pretty and amazing lemons!
    Thank you for sharing Nicola xxx

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