Triple Easel Card

Hey there! It’s Judy V here with a Triple Easel Card project created for CutCrdStock.

My card design is a little different from a typical triple easel. I used the Gemini “Happily Ever After” Create-A-Card die set, which would usually be used to create a shadow box style card. I thought it would work great for my project as I like using die sets in different ways.

Die Cutting

Start by die cutting 3 circle shaped cards out of Stardream Metallic FAIRWAY (green) 105lb 8.5 x 11 Card Stock. This is a nice heavyweight card and worked beautifully for the card bases. The cards measure 4 1/2, 4 and 3 inches.

Pieces from the “Happily Ever After” die set were cut using Stardream Metallic CRYSTAL (white) 105 lb Card Stock, Cougar White Smooth Card Stock, DCS Discount Card Stock: Smooth Sand Castle Tan and DCS Canvas Textured Shadow Gray Discount Card Stock. I also die cut 2 circles measuring 4 1/2 and 3 1/4 inches 2 measuring 2 1/2 inches out of the Cougar White. Each of the pieces were colored with pencil, glitter pen and/or inked.

Card Bases

Take the 3 green die cut cards and fold the top in half on each to form the easel base.

The die cut pieces were added to each card. Mini roses were added to the largest card.


Take the middle sized card and attach the back to the inside back, middle of the largest card. The middle card acts as the stop for the largest card front. Do the same for the smallest card adhering to the middle card.


A sentiment was stamped, die cut and added to the inside base of the smallest card with foam tape to act as the stop.

I hope you have enjoyed my Triple Easel Card project and have given you some inspiration to try making one yourself.

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