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Easter Blessings

Hello everyone!

It’s Donna here sharing a couple of Easter cards I created using the newly release Easter dies.  My first card I used the newly released Layered Tulip Bouquet Die Set and my second card is created using the newly released Happy Easter Bunny clear stamp set.

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My first card, is a mini slimline card which measures 3 x 6, I then die cut the Kat Scrappiness slimline Diamond Wire & Wood Grain die.  I used some design paper behind the slimline die and adhered everything together.  I then used some distress inks to color the tulips, leaves and bow from the Tulip Bouquet Die Set.  I adhered everything together to create the bouquet and added it to my card.  I then die cut the Kat Scrappiness Brush Script Happy Easter word die and colored it with distress inks and adhered it to the card.  To finish off the card I used the Kat Scrappiness Gold Sequin cross at the base of the bouquet.

Here is another look of the card.

My next card I created using the Kat Scrappiness Happy Easter Bunny clear stamp set.  I love this stamp set, it measures 3×4, but makes an adorable card.  My card is a top folding slimline card.  I masked off the top layer and added some distress inks.  I die cut this with Kat Scrappiness mini slimline Embossed Edge Die.  I then stamped the the image from the Happy Easter Bunny clear stamp set.  I also stamped the image again, I colored the ears and feet with copics and then fuzzy cut them out and used foam squares and popped them up onto the card.  I finished the card off by adding some Kat Scrappiness Quokka Love Enamel Dots.

Thank you so much for stopping by, please come back again soon!

Here is a list of supplies I used on my cards, Affiliate Links used at no additional cost. Thank you for your support.


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