Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Triple Tier Easel Tutorial

For my guest appearance on the Inspired by Stamping blog, I created this step by step tutorial for a Triple Tier Easel card.  I've seen many iterations of this online and I just had to give it a try!  It's really rather easy and you can adapt the design to any Nestabilities die set you have.  Just use the 3 largest dies in the set for your 3 tiers.

Please click on this link to download the step by step PDF document.




11 comments:

TLady said...

THANK YOU KIM!!!!!!!! I tried this awhile back from SCS & they had you go to another site for instructions....it was all in metric! I had to WING IT! It came out ODD! I was so disappointed after all the work! So, there it lays in my box! BLAH! Thank you for showing us an EASY way of doing this card! :) You've made us HAPPY here! :)AND YOUR CARD LOOKS GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

Mary said...

THANKS SO SO MUCH for posting these instructions. I have seen and admired these triple easel cards and had hoped to sit down sometime and figure out how they were made -- but you have saved me the time and headache. Love your blog!

Traci Davis said...

Wow, yours is beautiful! I can't wait to give it a try. Thanks for sharing and for the great tutorial!

Cherie said...

Wow! Your card is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing the tutorial. I just may have to try this someday! :)

BeverlyBL said...

Your timing is perfect. I need a birthday card for a friend that appreciates my "homemade" cards but wanted it to have that little something extra and I think this is just the thing. Thanks so much.

Colleen said...

Beautiful card and thank you for the instructions
ColleenB.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful creation Kim! Thanks for the pdf! Can't wait to try it out! Thinking of a wedding theme...

Central Australia

Brenda said...

This is sooooooo gorgeous. Thank you for sharing your tutorial. I can't wait to try this.

Stamping T! said...

Gorgeous card (as usual Kim!) Thank you for the instructions I have often looked at these cards and just thought that I would never be able to make one ... now I can!!!

Cheers,T

Anonymous said...

Thanks sooooo much for the tutorial on this, I love it!!!! you are sooo talented!!love your site!!
Sam

Bev Farmer said...

Thank you for providing the instructions for this card for free. I appreciate you kindness in promoting the sharing and caring motto from Stampin' Up!. Again, Thank you!!

LinkWithin

Related Posts with Thumbnails