I don't know that I've ever actually stated that one of my cards is my "favorite", but I will go out on a limb and claim that this one is!!!! It's my first attempt at a triple layered easel card (or any type of easel card for that matter), and it turned out fantastic!
We'll work back to front for this card.
For the back layer I used some Grand Nestabilities Scallop Circles. I didn't want to have too much empty space at the top of the card, so I made sure to use the larger circles and trim the bottoms to fit. It's not necessarily pretty this way, but it isn't seen when the card is standing up. The leaves and branch are cut using my Cricut and then shading was done with Copic markers. I also paper pieced three of the flowers and popped them up with dimensional foam.
The middle layer has a lot more detail to it. The strawberry was cut using my Cricut, blinged up with Stickles, and layered on top of a pinwheel I made out of fabric. Then to the right is my sweet little sitting fairy. I'll have to do some googling to find who makes the stamp because I can't for the life of me remember. Maybe someday I'll be one of those über organized individuals that stores everything by vendor, but for right now I'm lucky if I can even remember how to get to my scrapping room. Finally I added a little more pizazz with some beads I found in the floral department. A little TIP: I bought these beads in white and use my Copics to color them to match the project I'm working on.
Finally we get to the smallest bottom layer. The ribbon was sewn onto the base to act as a stopper/prop. The cute label on this layer was also cut with my Cricut and then stamped with a Stampin Up verse.
I still find it very difficult to mail out many of the cards I make. As I'm branching out into different embellisments, the cards just keep getting bigger and bulkier. Luckily this type of card folds down quite nicely in order to fit in an envelope.