I fell in love with the Crafter's Companion Poppets ballerina stamp when I first saw it. I knew I'd have to use it in a project as soon as I could. So here's what I came up with ... an easel card!
I started with a 4 1/4" x 11" piece of dark teal card stock. a 4 1/4 x
4 1/2" piece of silver Mirricard Reflective card stock, and a 4 1/4" x
1 1/2"piece of wood grain card stock.
I used the Crafter's companion Ultimate Tool and the Boxer board to score the teal card stock. I scored at 2 3/4", 5 1/2". I then turned my card stock with the opposite end facing the edge of the board and scored at 1 1/2". (Or 9 1/2" if you aren't using the convenience of the Ultimate Tool.
I folded over the 1 1/2" section and used adhesive to hold it down. I then put the wood grain piece on top of this area with more adhesive. Use adhesive that you are confident in. This raised area is the area that holds up the main image and will be the bottom of the card.
Fold the first 2 3/4" section toward the bottom of the card. This is the section where you will adhere the silver Mirricard piece. Attach the bottom portion of the Mirricard to the bottom of the teal card stock. At this point, you should be able to set the card in its final position and make sure it will end up standing the correct way for you. The picture below shows the finished card and how it should stand.
Until next time, I am ever searching for inspiration.