I have a fun Easter card for you today featuring some older Lawn Fawn stamps.
I love the deep pink color of that card stock. It’s the perfect backdrop for this adorable Easter scene with the bunny hopping over the flowers in search of the Easter egg.
To create the scene I used images from the Lawn Fawn Happy Easter set. I stamped the flowers and colored them in with my copics. I stamped the one little egg and colored it in as well. I drew in the grass with my copic markers and inked around the bottom with distress inks. The stamp set includes both the bunny and the little hop trail. I stamped both of those next on the scene. That nice big Happy Easter sentiment is also in the set along with the little heart I used to embellish the sentiment. I used my Fiskars border punch and some fuzzy pink rik rak ribbon from my stash to create the border and the card was done.
I hope you enjoyed today’s project. See more Easter projects in the Easter section of my shop.
Can you believe Easter is just two weeks away! It’s hard to digest when we still have so much snow on the ground here in Ct. So to remind myself that it is indeed Spring and Easter is coming soon, I’m sharing this Easter card today.For this card I used patterned papers from my stash for the background. There’s so many different elements to that background paper that it can stand pretty much on its own, it’s so pretty.
For the focal I stamped the image on white card stock and then colored it in. There’s a bit of a shimmer to the silver parts of the cross. I then used my oval dies to cut it out and the scalloped oval mat behind it.
For the sentiment I stamped the “Happy Easter” with brown ink onto white card stock. I then die-cut it using Spellbinders Labels Four Dies. I added the brown ribbon behind it for some added texture.
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The temperatures are finally getting a bit warmer here in New England. Spring is definitely near. In that spirit I’m sharing an all occasion love card that features a gorgeous floral focal.
For this project I used the Delightful Dahlia Additions by Papertrey Ink and the coordinating dies. This is one of those three step stamps where you progressively create the depth in the flowers with each separate stamp to create the complete image. I have to tell you it was tricky for me to align each stamp with the image and get it to stamp just right. I almost gave up. But I’m so glad I didn’t. I used a combination of pink inks from my stash. For the leaves I stuck to just one layer, kept it simple. The final touch to the flowers were the pink rhinestones.
With such an elaborate focal image the rest of the card was pretty simple. I stamped the sentiment with coordinating pink inks onto the white panel and added the whole thing to a pink card stock base. I love the sentiment on this one because it could work for so many different occasions including Mother’s Day (from Mom to Daughter, or vice versa), Birthdays, Encouragement, or even an Anniversary.
I hope you enjoyed today’s project. Thanks so much for stopping by!