Friday, April 21, 2017

Katt's Easter Card


I made this adorable Easter card with my Stampin' Up! Everybunny, Bunny Buddies and Tender Toile stamp sets and I love how it turned out! The images are adorable and I love the colors! Here's how to make it:

First check out this tutorial to create your tri-shutter base using light purple card stock and this measurement chart:




Measurements
Part
Number of panels

X

Base

5 1/2"
X
12"

Patterned paper or (matt if
Desired) measurements

2
1 7/8"
X
5 3/8"
4
1 3/8"
X
1 7/8"
1
1 7/8"
X
2 3/8"
1
2 3/8”
X
2 7/8”
1
2 3/8"
X
3 7/8"
2
1 3/8"
X
3 7/8"

Patterned paper if matt is
desired

2
1 ¾”
X
5 ¼”
4
1 ¼”
X
1 ¾”
1
1 ¾”
X
2 ¼”
1
2 ¼”
X
3 ¾”
1
2 ¼”
X
2 ¾”
2
1 ¼”
X
3 ¾”

Next cut mats for all panels in light pink card stock using the measurements in the top half of the above chart and set them aside. 

Then create the two 1 3/4" x 5 1/4" panels using the faux mother of pearl technique. Click here for an awesome tutorial. The supplies I used are white card stock, Stampin' Up! Pale Plum, Tsukineko Frost White All-Purpose Ink, Saran Wrap, and an ink applicator. Next dry emboss them with a Darice Easter Egg embossing folder and set them aside. 

Next cut the remaining panels with the measurements in the bottom half of the chart, stamp them in Stazon Jet Black ink and water color them with either an aqua painter or blender pen and the following Stampin' Up! ink pads: Stampin’ Up! Pale Plum, So Saffron, Pink Pirouette, Soft Sky, Gumball Green, Pumpkin Pie, Baked Brown Sugar, Wisteria Wonder and Pink Pirouette. Then assemble the card, cut out the bunny in the balloon, attach it to the right panel with mini pop dots and enjoy!

Here's three more pics from different angels:







Please let me know if you have any questions, I'm always happy to help. I always appreciate any comments/suggestions that you'd like to share. Thank you for stopping by, have a great day!

Linda Jensen
www.lindascreationscardsandcrafts.com
360-326-8820
lnelson0774@gmail.com
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