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March Release – Easter Cards

Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone!  I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy, it’s a crazy and weird time.

Today I’m sharing the cards I created for the awesome March release at Kat Scrappiness.

My first card features the Faberge Egg with Cross Die.  I die cut it twice from white card stock and colored the inside pieces with Copic markers.  I then inlaid the colored pieces into my second white die cut. I did this by adding scotch tape to the back of the die and then inlaid the individual pieces.

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My second card features the He is Risen with Shadow die.  I die cut the letters in gray and the shadow piece from vellum.  This pairs perfectly with the He is Risen set’s crosses.

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My next card features my favorite release of the month – the Large Filigree Egg Die.  I love the simple look of this card with the white die cut on some bright striped paper.

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This card features the Happy Easter Sentiment with Shadow die.  This die makes a great focal point on a card, and I was able to use some of my fun Easter patterned paper.

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When Kat showed us the new Bunny Tail pom poms, I knew I wanted to create a fun banner with them.  I took five different colors of them and strung them on a piece of white thread.

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My next card uses the new Build a Bunny stamp set.  I paired it with the Stitched Bunny Outline dies, rainbow heart sprinkles,  and more fun patterned paper.

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My last card features my favorite sprinkle mix that Kat has released – these fun carrots!  I created a shaker card with the carrot sprinkles and a bunny from the Build a Bunny stamp set.

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Thanks for stopping by.  Let us know which is your favorite card and product released this month!

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2 Comments

  • Reply Andre M.

    Lovely, the second card is my fave.

    03/17/2020 at 6:34 AM
  • Reply Gayle B

    Love all these cards. Great job.

    03/18/2020 at 9:53 AM
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