Our challenge this week at Cooking With Cricut was to create a project that featured at least three flowers. I guess Melin is as ready as I am for some Spring weather! I have been wanting to create an easel card for some time now and decided that this was that time. (I know, I'm a little late on the easel card band wagon!) I surfed over to the Splitcoast Stampers website and checked out the easel card tutorial in their "resource" section. Their tutorials are always so detailed and often include a video for us "visual" learners.
The base of my card is a Bazzill Basics brown and measures 12" x 6". It is scored at 6" and at 3". An additional piece, also Bazzill brown and cut at 6" x 6", is then adhered to the 3" scored section to create the card topper.
Thanks for stopping by to check out my contribution to this week's challenge. Now please pop on over to Cooking With Cricut and see what my fellow Chefs have created to whet your appetite. We'd love it if you'd join in the fun! Upload your flowery creation and who knows . . . maybe you'll be this week's Top Chef and win one of Melin's wonderful cutting files or digistamps!!