Where did you get the little wooden easel you've been using to take photos of your layouts? That's such a cool way to do it - I usually end up propping mine against a wall, and then trying to use the perpective tool in Photoshop to straighten them out.
Probably it's from somewhere I can't shop in the states, but I thought I'd ask!
Thank you! I cut a piece of cardboard about 11" square to go behind the LO to stop the corners flopping. I keep it on my desk and display my latest favourite on it.
I actually got mine in Australia but someone else asked about it and I did some searching. They are available here in the UK in Hobby Craft for about £2 for a pack of 2. Cheap as chips. It's about 7" tall.
I found some on the Displays2go site. Search for something like mini tripod easel, and look on artists' sites too. There is a maker called Reeves, but their mini easels are smaller, about 5" high. I think they would over-balance.
Failing all that, drop me a PM and I'll send one to you. The shipping will be the biggest cost of that!