It seems whenever I make reverse easel cards, they are typically photo cards because they capture something that I believe the recipient will enjoy displaying without the card falling over every time someone walks by it.
My sister took this photo of our beach at New Smyrna Beach, Florida and it is a favorite! I have it as wallpaper on my laptop and she made me a shadow box with this photo as the background. It's getting a lot of use that's for sure! See what I mean about photo cards? They provide an immediate memory of a cherished moment.
I also have a video on constructing a Horizontal Reverse Easel card HERE.
Stamps: You're a Lifesaver & Hey Gull Friend (A Muse Studio)
Papers: Hammermill Color, Copy, Cover (Card Base), Wintertime (Penny Black), Bazzill, Recollections
Accessories: Stitched Circle (A Muse Studio), Heart Die (Spellbinders), Sequins (my stash), Stencil (Tim Holtz), Crisp Dye Ink (Alt&New), Versafine Onyx Black
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