For years I rejected the thought of making cards for people because I would spend hours only to have them tossed in a drawer (or worse, in the trash).
Now, Globecraft Memories has created a uniquely shaped card, called Easel Greetings, that encourage recipients to keep it on display.
Made of thick cardstock, they come like this:
You decorate the front and then fold them for easy mailing.
The recipient then places the bottom of the card in the little slot and they have a standing card to enjoy.
And, the best part … they cost less than $1 each!
For the front of my card, I used a Tim Holtz Texture Folder to emboss the honeycomb pattern. Then, I inked it with Wild Honey and Rusty Hinge Distress Ink.
I cut the flowers out of Bazzill cardstock using my Cricut (Garden Fresh Cartridge). The stamp is from Lawn Fawn and the bees are brads from Eyelet Outlet. I used dimensional foam squares to raise the large flower and the saying.
The Easel Greetings will soon be available via Globecraft Memories’ website and in local scrapbook stores.
Check out some of the other projects designers have made using the wide variety of Globecraft Memories’ products, and get a discount coupon, by visiting http://www.hobbybabycraft.blogspot.com/.