I thought I had shared this card with you earlier, but can't find it on my blog so I guess not. I did share the center easel layout and instructions with you in the last week or so, so I won't give those again. You can backtrack on my blog and find them. But I did want to share this card because I made it for my sister Connie's birthday. I went to my hometown for a birthday supper with her and my family and yes, had her birthday gift with me, but had left the card laying on my stamp room table! So bad! I had it made for her for over a month before her birthday and then to forget the card!! Ugh! Anyway, I mailed it to her later and she got it AFTER her birthday. But it was the first time she had seen the center easel fold and I think she liked it!
This card is made using Island Indigo cardstock, and Chocolate Chip and the International Bazaar designer series paper. I love that paper! The flower is stamped using the Mixed Bunch set and punched using the Blossom punch. There are two flowers layered on top of each other. I used the Window Frame Collectiono die to cut out the chocolate. If you want a slightly larger layer, as I did, you just flip the die over and trace around the larger outside and cut it by hand. That gives you a shape just about 1/8" larger that the image the die cuts.