Wednesday, 9 July 2014

Thank You, Thank You ... a Stand-Up Card

Good morning friends!

Elizabeth Craft Designs has some new dies coming out!! Lots of new dies, including some WORD Stand-Up Helpers. They are going to be a LOT of fun to use and the whole ECD Design Team is excited about them.

If you are unfamiliar with Stand Up Helpers, they allow you to cut a shaped notch in the base of your card to easily create a Stand Up, or Easel card. Here you can see my card pieces all ready to assemble.

The THANK YOU is one of the new Word Stand-Up Helpers, and it cuts the word out everywhere but along the bottom edge. That is a score line, so you fold it up and tuck the bottom front of your card behind the words. The words become a design element as well as functioning to keep your card front 'standing up'. SO fun!

I cut the Word Stand Up Helper again from the teal card stock and glued it over the one that cut through the butterfly patterned paper. Easy Peasy.

I found this coppery paper on clearance in the Spring, and I love how it shimmers and shines.

Inside, is another die cut Thank You ... because this card is for someone who deserves a DOUBLE Thank You.  :-)

Supplies used:
Card size: 4-1/4" Square
Butterfly patterned paper - Recollections
704 Butterfly Silhouette -Elizabeth Craft Designs
705 Butterfly Overlay -Elizabeth Craft Designs
**941 Thank You Stand Up Helper -Elizabeth Craft Designs
788 Thank You die -Elizabeth Craft Designs
7018 Orange Glitter Dots -Elizabeth Craft Designs
Black Velvet Adhesive sheet -Elizabeth Craft Designs
Katie Label Accordion (Stitched Label), Pop it Ups - Karen Burniston (Elizabeth Craft Designs)
Copper card stock
Teal card stock - Stampin' Up

** Shipping mid July 2014

Thanks for stopping by today!


  1. Such a pretty card, and a great color combo

  2. What a great card. Looking forward to those stand up helper dies.

  3. Super cute card love the colors and butterflies are my favorite. TFS

  4. Love it, but I am having a hard time understanding how to make one. Read it several times.

    1. Hi Rosemary … Els has a YouTube video showing how to use the Stand-Up helpers, and I found the link for you:
      I hope this helps!


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