I Couldn’t Resist…!

Hello Everyone!

The other day I was going through my stash and found this DSP!

It is from Authentique’s Collection, named ‘Cheerful’!

All the patterns on the DSP are different,

but, they all looked like a picnic in the Summertime!

I came across the Ladybug print and the bells and whistles

went off in my head, regarding the ‘Little Ladybug’ stamp set

that I ordered through Sale-A-Bration, last month!

I also made it a Triple Easel Card too! I Couldn’t Resist!


Here is the Card!


The Bottom/Back!


The front, straight on view!




Side Glamor Shot #1


From this vies, you can see I stamp and die-cut the flower again,

and used Stampin’ Dimensionals to pop up on top of flower with stem!

The side Glamor Shot #2!


The second layer’s flower is the same cut out

I used on the large layer’s flower, that I popped up!!


Close-up for the front, smallest ‘easel’!



The medium, middle ‘easel’!



The large, back ‘easel’


Here is a List of items used to make this Card!

Cardstock: Basic Black and Real Red and Whisper White

DSP: Authentique’s Collection, ‘Cheerful’

Stamp Set: Little Ladybug

Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black for all stamping

Stampin’ Blends to color:

Dark Real Red- ladybug wings

Dark Basic Black- ladybug spots and head

Ivory- ladybug heads and bodies

Sahara Sand- back-bottom ladybug’s body (I grabbed the wrong marker!)

Dark Mango Melody- large flower center

Dark Daffodil Delight- large flower

Big Shot die-cutting machine:

Stitched So Sweetly Dies- greeting rectangle

Ladybug Dies- ladybugs and flowers

1″ Circle Punch- Basic Black Circle

3/4″ Circle Punch- Real Red Circle

1/2″ Circle Punch- little ladybug punched from a scrap piece of DSP


Here is that Cute Card again!


I couldn’t resist making a Triple Easel Card with this DSP and Stamp Set!

I do hope you will try to make one of these.

The instructions and Cardstock cut sizes are

on ‘Di’s Den Triple Easel Card’ from Australia

on YouTube!

Go there with paper and pencil and get the info…

or scroll back here to the dates of

April 4th, April 5th, April 6th, and April 7th…

The measurements are all there, towards the bottom of the Posts!

Have Fun Trying them…you will get addicted!!!


Until the Next Post…Blessings to you ALL!

Let me know what you think!