Friday, March 31, 2017

BASKET BUNCH EASTER CARD


Basket Bunch Stamp Set & Matching Framelits

5 1/2 x 7 3/4" soft sky card stock
score at 4 1/4" & on  then cut it at 6" This is off the shorter side

2) 1 1/2 x 5 1/4 peekaboo peach cs
2) 1 1/4 x 5 Inside the Lines designer series paper

Sponge the designer series paper with Peekaboo Peach, Soft Sky, & Flirty Flamingo inks.
Mount the DSP onto the Peekaboo Peach cs
Mount 1 unto the extra piece of Sky Blue cs (this is the bottom of the card front)
Mount the other onto the folded top of card.

Use the largest Stitched Shapes square framelit & a piece of Soft Sky cs.
Cut the grass out of glimmer paper.  I had the mint that was a free Sale-a-Bration item.  You could use any green card stock.

The basket is Crumb Cake cs & the ink is Peekaboo Peach.  Stamp & cut out the Easter eggs & bunny.  I colored the bunny ears & bow.  I used the Clear Wink of Stella on the ears, bow & tail.

Attach the grass to the square.
Attach the handle to the back of the basket
Use a glue dot on the lower front of the eggs & attach to the back of the basket
Use glue dots or tear & tape on the bottom of the basket & attach to the square.

Put tear & tape on the top & bottom of the back of the square.
Close the top flap of the card & attach the square to it.
Now carefully line up the bottom piece on the card front & attach the square to it.
The square is what holds the bottom of the card on.

With the card closed stamp the Happy Easter (from teeny tiny wishes) in the opening 


Open the card & stamp the "You're egg-stra special" The words were stamped using Flirty Flamingo ink.
Stamp the eggs along the bottom-Soft Sky & Flirty Flamingo ink.

Now close the card & attach the bunny to the front.

We had fun making this card in class.  Each card was a little different.  It was fun to see how everyone used their colors.

Happy Stampin

Cindy



1 comment:

Becky Bakley said...

Cindy -- I like your step by step instructions and the photos that go with them. They are easy to follow for someone who is new to the Stamping field. I think it would have been better if you had cropped the wood off the picture which would make the picture easier to see as it would have enlarged it some. Other than that, your blog is nice.

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