Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Easter Tag Book Pop-Up Card

Hello Everyone!! 

It's been a long time, but we are finally back and here with a super cute Easter card. I used the Tag Book Pop-Up from Karen Burniston for the base of this card. 

The tag book pop-up die set can be used to make all kinds of different cards and you can use other dies from her other sets. It could be used to make a gift tag card or just a cute little pop-up card for any occasion. 

Here in Ontario, Canada, we are in a state of emergency due to the Corona virus, so what better to do then get crafty? I decided to get a head start on some Easter cards and came up with this cute tag book card. I used My Favourite Things Easter Bunnies stamp and coordinating die set to make the bunnies, butterflies and eggs. For paper, I used My Favourite things cardstock in Tickled Pink and Lemon Chiffon. The patterned paper is from Doodlebug Designs - Hoppy Easter and Echo Park - Easter Wishes. 

I used Copic markers to color in the bunnies and other assorted stamped images. The "Spring is in the air" on the front came from Birch Press Designs - Spring Blessings. I added some ribbon as a finishing touch. This card will fit nicely in an A7 envelope, but you just have to be careful with the embellishments you may use, as it will increase postage. 

I have left links below as to all the supplies I used. Thanks for stopping by and Happy Crafting!


Karen Burniston Tag Book Pop-Up Die - Click Here
My Favorite Things Easter Bunnies Stamp Set - Click Here
My Favorite Things Easter Bunnies Die Set - Click Here
My Favorite Things Cardstock Lemon Chiffon - Click Here
My Favorite Things Cardstock Tickled Pink - Click Here
Doodlebug Designs Hoppy Easter Cardstock - Click Here
Echo Park Easter Wishes Cardstock - Click Here
Birch Press Designs Spring Blessings Stamp

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