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Monday, October 19, 2015

Easel Drawer Card!

Hello Friends

Hope you are having fun crafting!!!  Today I am sharing with you an easy tutorial to make a 5½  x 5 ½ Drawer Easel cardThis is really easy to make and the end product looks really amazing. Hope you guys like it :)



You will need:




-Heavy Cardstock
Two 8 ½  x 7 inch ( A)
One 8 ½ X 8 ¼ inch (B)
One 5 ½ X 11 inch (C)
One 5 ½   X 5 ½ inch (D)
-Scoring Board.
-Scissors
.-Adhesive.

First we are going to make the sleeve of the drawer :)


Take cardstock A and, with the 7 inch short side on the left, score at 1 ½ inch. Repeat along the three sides, leaving the last 8 and half inches side as it is. Repeat the same with the second cardstock A.


Cut the two tabs, fold and burnish the creases. Again repeat the same with second cardstock A as well.


Next glue the tabs with a strong adhesive.


The two boxes are ready :)


Now attach the boxes together by applying glue around the outside of one box and gluing it inside the other. 

This completes the sleeve :)



Now to make the drawer:




Take cardstock B and score at  1 and a half inch on all four sides.



Cut the tabs as shown in the picture, burnish the creases and fold up to form the box. Secure with strong adhesive.



Slide your box into the sleeve. The drawer box card is almost ready :)


Now to make our easel card:


Take cardstock C. Score the long side at 5 ½ and 8 ¼ inches and make mountain folds on both scored lines. 

Attach cardstock D as shown and you are done  :)


Decorate as you like.

I have embellished my card with patterned papers, wet embossed butterfly, diecuts and flowers :)






I hope you enjoyed my tutorial and will give it a try! 

Happy Crafting :) :)

I would like to enter this into the following Challenges:
CraftyTimeChallenges: Shaped Cards.
ScribblesDesigns: FancyFold/Shaped Cards.
Penny'sPapercraftingChallenge: Easel Cards.
DieCutDivas: Shaped what?
CraftyHAzelnut'sPPChallenge: PatternedPapers
ButterflyChallenge: Embossing (Wet embossing on the butterfly)
613 Avenue Create: Anything Goes.
CraftingWithFriends: Anything Goes.
InspirationDestination: Anything Goes.
CreativeFingersChallengeBlog: Anything Goes.
Jo'sScrapShack: Anything Goes.

15 comments:

  1. That's a really fantastic drawer easel card. Love butterflies and the colorcombination is wonderful. All fits perfectly together. And i like to see how to create this step by step - that's a great idea.

    Thanks for playing along with our Crafty Time Challenge for October and good luck!

    Doris *DT*

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  2. Lovely creation - I made one around one year ago - not sure if it was your tutorial - a lovely project! TFS

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  3. OH my goodness this is just gorgeous!!!! I really love easel cards and this extra bonus of a drawer is perfect! Thank you so much for the wonderful tutorial! Thanks so much for joining us this week in our Funday Friday challenge at Jo's Scrap Shack! Have a wonderful day!!
    Hugs,
    Jo
    ♥ Jo's Scrap Shack ♥

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  4. Great tutorial! Beautiful box. Thanks for playing with us at Crafty Time Challenges.

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  5. Beautiful colors and design. Delightful to see, so surprising. I love it.

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  6. Absolutely beautiful! Elegant. Thank you for entering your gorgeous project in the Die Cutting Divas Challenge.

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  7. What a great tutorial. Very clear and easy to follow. Thankyou. I will certainly be giving it a try. I love the butterfly decorations to the box. A last minute flutter into the challenge has caught me on the hop so I'm busy looking at all the creations before I run Mr Random Org. I wish you luck and thankyou for fluttering by. Hugs Mrs A.

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  8. A great card - thanks for joining us at Fab'n'Funky.

    Helen x
    DT Member

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  9. Beautiful! And an awesome tutorial as well. Thank you for joining us at Penny's Paper Crafty Challenge this week! Hope to see you back again soon :)

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  10. Absolutely gorgeous and thanks for sharing the instructions. I liked it so much I had to click the 'follow' button xxx

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  11. What a lovely idea. Wonderful tutorial. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Hazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge.
    Margaret, DT

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  12. This is stunning.... Thank you too for the tutorial. It is a very special card....

    Thank you Zubaida for joining us at Scribbles Designs....

    Sandy S
    (Owner/Designer Scribbles Designs)

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  13. WoW - stunning creation and a super TuT :-)
    Thank you for playing along at SCRIBBLES DESIGNS CHALLENGES.

    IKE xxx

    Scribbles DT

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