Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Western Cowgirl Magnetic Easel

Here is a project I had a lot of fun doing. I took a magnetic easel and turned it into a western cowgirl scene. I bought some of these easel's several years ago from a friend (Andrea Cloutier) who produced them. I used the "Western Cowgirl" cutting file from KaDoodle Bug Designs except for the fence and horse. I started by covering the entire easel with patterned paper. I reinforced the paper piecings with cardboard and put magnets on the back of them and I can move them around however I want. Or I can use it as a board to put notes or whatever on and use the piecings to hold them on to the board.

Here is the plain easel I started with.

Here is a collage of different scenes I arranged it into.

Here are pictures of each separate scene.

You can get the KaDoodle Bug Designs pattern here: Western Cowgirl


  1. What a fabulous idea, Robin. Love the images and the background paper is stunning. Thanks for stoping by my blog - much appreciated.
    xxx Asha
    Sunny Summer Crafts

  2. Hi Asha, Thank you, it was fun making it. And thank you as well for visiting my blog.


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