Happy Easter Card
A Different Kind Of Easter Greetings - Handmade Using Rubber Stamps And Die-cuts
This Easter Card is made using die-cuts and rubber stamps from various companies.
The Easter greeting is from Hero Arts and the girl with a bouquet of flowers and the butterflies are from the Swedish company called Magnolia Rubberstamps.
And the cross is created by die-cutting and joining two different die-cuts from the Spellbinders' Parisian Motifs set of dies.
The roses are made using Sizzix 3-D flowers.
Making This Happy Easter Card
Card Making Tools and Supplies
- 12" x 6" burgundy color cardstock
- 3.5" x 6" tan color cardstock
- 5" x 4" orange color cardstock
- 12" x 12" cream colour cardstock
- Happy Easter - greeting clear stamp from HeroArts
- Girl with Bouquet of Flowers - rubber stamp by Magnolia Rubberstamps
- Butterflies - rubber stamp by Magnolia Rubberstamps
- Die-cut Machine - I used Big Shot by Sizzix
- die - Flowers 3-D
- Spellbinders Shapeabilities - Parisian Motifs
- Spellbinders Nestabilities - Labels Twenty-One
- Spellbinders Shapeabilities - Grommet Tags
- Prismacolor pencils
- Versa Magic chalk inkpad - Spanish Olive
- Memento inkpad - Tuxedo Black
- Tim Holtz Distress Ink - tattered rose
- Tim Holtz Distress Ink - weathered wood
- Organza fabric strip - gold
- Double-sided foam tape
Card Making Instructions:
- Score and fold burgundy colour cardstock to make a 6"x6" square folded card.
- Ink girl with bouquet of flowers rubber stamp with Memento black ink and stamp on the cream colour card.
- Colour with Prismacolor pencils and trim closely around image.
- Ink butterfly rubber stamp with black ink and stamp two times on cream colour cardstock.
- Colour with Prismacolor pencils and trim closely around the butterfly images.
- Die cut 3-D flowers with cream colour cardstock - big (1 piece) and small (3 pieces)
- Use dauber to colour the die-cut flowers with Jim Holtz Distress Ink - tattered rose.
- Use a toothpick to roll the flowers to make the roses.
- Die-cut grommet tag with cream colour card and stencil centre of the tag with Versa Magic chalk - Spanish Olive.
- Ink Happy Easter stamp with black ink and stamp on the centre of the tag.
- Trim tag around the rectangle centre.
- Die-cut Parisian Motifs with cream colour cardstock.
- Use dauber with the Versa Magic chalk inkpad - Spanish Olive to stencil centre of motifs.
- Join the two motifs to create a cross.
- Die-cut Spellbinders Nestabilities - Label Twenty-One with orange colour cardstock.
- Dab edges with Distress Ink - weathered wood.
- Do the same for the tan colour card.
- Attach tan colour card to burgundy card with glue - 2 inches from left of burgundy card.
- Place orange die-cut on the bottom of the card front.
- Arrange girl with bouquet butterflies, Easter Card greetings, roses, and cross on card.
- Attach with glue or double-sided foam tape. (refer to photo above for placement)
- Tie a ribbon with the organza fabric strip and glue to bottom of the cross.
That's all! Though this Easter Card might take a longer time to make but I'm sure that you will be very happy with the result.
I think I spent more time looking for the right tools and supplies than actually making this easter card.
You could also hand-draw running stitches around the card. I wanted to machine-stitch it but was too lazy to go set up my sewing machine.
Christ Is Risen
wordsby Fanny Crosby
Christ is risen! Hallelujah!
Gladness fills the world today;
From the tomb that could not hold Him,
See, the stone is rolled away!
Click here to view the whole hymn lyrics.
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