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Birds 3-D Easel Card Kit
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Birds 3-D Easel Card Kit

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Easy stand-up easel cards! Now it's simple to create beautiful easel cards for loved ones. This package contains die cut images to create two 3-dimensional cards, including the scored card bases for the easel stands. Simply layer elements onto the base and tuck it into an accompanying envelope for mailing. You'll get 2 die-cut designs for layering, 2 easel card bases, 2 envelopes, and 2 mini envelopes. So pretty for nature-lovers, and perfect for any occasion!

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Part number: MW4006147

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Comment I have already made one of the cards from this kit. The card is very impressive! I am giving the other kit to one of my daughter's to make...she will need some help :) I also agree that the card is too dimensional when using foam dots or squares. I recently purchased some clear silicone, which I think will work better, especially for small pieces.
Submitted Monday, September 23rd @ 11:59 AM

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Comment It's hard to find attractive cards for men, but this set of cards is just great. I use silicone glue for my 3-D paper tole and so the cards are not bulky at all.
Submitted Monday, September 2nd @ 06:18 AM

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Comment I actually purchased this card for 2 reasons. I liked the bird design and I wanted to template for the pop-up easle idea to teach to my stamp club. The card kit came with 2 cards to asseble. After assembling the first card, I felt it was TOO 3-demenshional for my taste. I didn't find it at all mailer friendly. I don't feel I used overly thick pop dots to assemble the card; in some areas the card details were 5 layers deep. It would make a beautiful framed piece, but not really my cup of tea for a card. I haven't assembled the 2nd of the 2 cards yet. I think when I do I will attempt hot glue to see if I can minimize the loft when building the demensions as well as make the card sturdier. Beautiful concept. I am glad to have the template to finess into my own version of an easle back card. I can't wait to debut this technique with my club.
Submitted Wednesday, April 10th @ 05:22 AM

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Comment I loved these easel 3-D cards. Everyone I showed them to loved them. They were easy to punch out and very easy to put together. Keep more 3-D card kits coming.
Submitted Friday, January 25th @ 12:41 PM