Friday, March 10, 2023

Easter Fun with Lawn Fawn's Eggstraordinary Easter

 Hello and Welcome! Today's card features Lawn Fawns new Eggstraordinary Easter stamp set along with their Shutter Card die to create this super cute and cheerful Easter card. 


For this card, I started with a 12 x 12 sheet of Lawn Fawn's Let it Shine Pink Sparkle patterned paper, which I die cut the main Shutter Card from. I die cut the shutter panels from some scrap patterned paper I had and I also cut the two front panels from the same paper. 

I die cut the main shutter card from the light green textured cardstock and trimmed it down to create the center panel. Using the little helper tool that comes with the Shutter Card die set, I cut the circle. I also cut a circle from smooth white cardstock. I stamped the Happy Easter sentiment on the white circle from Lawn Fawn's Magic Spring Messages and colored in the little eggs and flowers with Copic markers. 

I stamped the images from the Eggstraordinary Easter stamp set using Lawn Fawn's black ink and Neenah Classic Crest smooth white cardstock. Then I colored the images using Copic markers. I cut the images out using the coordinating dies. 

I stamped the sentiment have a colorful Easter using stamps from Eggstraordinary Easter and Easter Before n' After

Then I played with where I wanted the images. Once I found their placement, I glued them down using Lineco Neutral PH glue. 

For the front of the card, I cut the belly band from the same green cardstock as the inside. I used the Stitched Flower Frame to create a pretty spring flower on the front and added a couple of leaves. I added details using Copic markers, then glued the flower to the belly band. 

I stamped the Happy Easter sentiment using VersaMark ink and heat embossed with white embossing powder. 

The Shutter Card may look a little intimidating, but it's super easy to make a fun card! Thank you so much for stopping by and Happy Crafting!




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