Right off the bat, let me say that the colors did not photograph well and that the gray of my little image's pants is dark sage green. I didn't use any gray anywhere, but my camera must like the color gray. I colored my image with Copics and used Spellbinders dies to make my card and my tag. The felt leaves were purchased from Creative Images at a convention here in Phoenix. The pinecones, jewels and sheer ribbon are from my collection of supplies. Here's a close up of my image (darn, those pants look so gray):
I added just a touch of Stardust Stickles to the butterfly hitching a ride on the leaf and a touch of Clear Rock Candy Stickles to the pom-pom on the hat. Here's a side view of my card.
The challenge at The Paper Shelter Challenge Blog is sponsored by our own The Paper Shelter! This little image comes with a black and white version, a colored version, a colored background and then the colored image on top of the colored background! You have so many options when you buy a digital at The Paper Shelter! Look at the difference in prizes if you use one of the images from The Paper Shelter in the challenge:
Now that you've visited my blog and have seen my easel card, please click on over to The Paper Shelter Challenge Blog and take a look at the awesome easel cards the Design Team has made to inspire you.
BTW, this was the third easel card I've ever made. I found the recipe when I Googled "easel cards". If you haven't ever made an easel card, don't let that stop you since they're not difficult to make and are a great card to give to someone since they sit so nice on a desk.
This card is entered in the following challenges:
Chocolate, Coffee and Cards, Seemacrafts, Feeling Crafty, Heck of a Challenge, Memas Crafts, One Crazy Stamper, Paper Sweeties, Stamp and Create, Bunny Zoe's October Challenge, Challenges 4 Everybody, Craft-dee Bowz, 4 Krafty Girlz, Crafty Ribbons, Shelly's Images, Crafts 4 Eternity, All Sorts Challenge, Robyn's Fetish, Artistic Inspirations, Make It Monday