Friday, March 23, 2012

Sympathy/Encouragement Hangler Stangler Easel Drawer Box Card

This little easel card box is very simply stated and normally I like ALOT going on, but I am liking this too. I used Paper Studio paper and cardstock, a Martha AStewart punch around the page border punch, fabric trims, BEAUTIFUL flowers from, prima pearls, a sweet rubber stamp sentiment and a darling Hangler Stangler little girl stamp that is copic colored and shaded.
                                          This the full view of this little easel drawer box card
                                             I so love how this sweet simple topper came out
        This beautiful sentiment can be for a death, a tradgedy, encouragement.... many possibilities.
                             Side view showing easel and how the embellishments are 3D

                            Drawer in the open position, showing the lined matching paper.

                                                I plan to enter the following challanges: A Few of your favorite Things Challange Try a new tequnique Challange


  1. So pretty I love the soft colors...

  2. Oh boy!! What a treat this is. I LOVE your box and easel card and the colors and embellishments. Such a BEAUTIFUL creation you've made here!! :)

    Thank you SO much for joining us at Craft Us Crazy for our challenge.
    Best of luck to you and we hope to see you again next time too!
    Lisa xx

  3. Your easel box is very very nice. Great job on the while project. I especially like the flowers and that purple color is divine.Thanks for joining us at the Art Impressions Challenge this week.

  4. This isthmus is super cute my goodness
    I just adore it!

  5. Your box/easel card is so pretty! I love the border punch you used around the sweet little image.
    Thanks for sharing! :)

  6. Love the box and layout! Super creative and the colour tones are just gorgeous :)

  7. Beautiful project! Thanks for sharing it with us at Guylou's!

  8. This is really sweet. I love your punched border and the pull out drawer. Thanks for joining us this week at Art Impressions.