Just Hoppin by to wish everyone a Happy Easter. Today’s Easter card is my favorite of the 4 designs I made this year and it features bunnies punched using the Bunny Builder Punch #147039 and the Gingham Gala DSP #148554. The clouds on the base layer were done using the Pattern Party Decorative Masks and the Embossing Paste. The sentiment, the bunny tails and the grass were stamped using the Best Bunny #147136 stamp set.
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Today’s card is the third Easter card I designed this year and it features the Painted Seasons DSP that is no longer available from Stampin Up. The base layer is textured using the Basket Weave #146841 Embossing Folder. I added a Stitched Shapes (discontinued) Circle to use as an anchor for the bunny punched from the Bunny Builder Punch #147039. Behind the circle I added the stems cut from the Well Written dies #148534. The sentiment is stamped from the Itty Bitty Greetings # 146667.
For today’s card I simply stamped the images from the now retired Basket Bunch stamp set from Stampin Up. I colored the bunnies with copic markers, hand cut them out and popped them on the stamped grass. I added a few flower sequins and stamped the greeting from the now retired Teeny Tiny Wishes.
For today’s Easter card, I finally broke down and bought the wreath template from Gina K. The template and the Stampin Up stamparatus make creating a wreath super easy and the elements are perfectly spaced! I used the images from the retired Stampin Up sets -Basket Bunch and Painted Season. For the center bunny I used the Best Bunny 147136 and the coordinating Bunny Builder Punch #147039. To finish the Easter card, I added a piece of the Gingham Gala # 148554 and a piece of coordinating SAB ribbon.
Cammie experimented with the Shaving Cream technique to come up with the gorgeous background for today’s cards. Once the backgrounds were complete she added the gorgeous 2 step images from the Stampin Up Tranquil Tulips #143767 Host only stamp set. The two step images in this set give a sophisticated look to fun and flirty flowers. So whether you’re stamping or tiptoeing, these tulip stamps will delight you in every way.
I made this cute Easter card that could just as easily be a birthday or an all occasions card for a girlfriend. I love the way it turned out. I textured the card base using the Simple Stripes #145648 Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. For the main panel, I used scraps from the Bubbles and Fizz DSP (from Sale-a-bration that is no longer available) and cut it out using the Stampin Up Stitched Shapes #145372 Framelits. I assembled the big chick and added the legs by hand. The baby chicks were stamped from the now retired Basket Bunch stamp set and colored using Stampin Up Markers. The sentiment is from the retired Hey Chick stamp set. Love how cute and simple this card turned out!
I saw the peep wreath idea on the Today show so I went ahead and made a super easy and cute edible peeps wreath. I love everything about peeps except eating them! Once I completed my wreath I was inspired to make a spring card using the Honeycomb Happiness retired stamp set from Stampin Up. It was quick and easy to make. Happy spring to all my peeps!
Today’s post is a sweet spring card featuring Stampin Up’s Naturally Eclectic DSP #144185. For the sweet little bunny, I used the Daisy #143713 punch for the ears and the 3/4 inch circle #119873 and the 1 ” circle #119868 punches for the bunnies body. I assembled the bunny and place him on the Oval Stitched Shapes #145372 Framelits. The sentiment is from the Basket Bunch retired stamp set.
Happy Easter! I love how cute this card turned out and really think the background paper from the Stampin Up Whole Lotta Lovely DSP collection #144110. For the main panel I stamped the Happy and the grass using the Happy Celebrations #143012 stamp set. I then stamped the bunny using the image from the Basket Bunch retired Stampin Up set. Surprisingly enough, I did not have an Easter stamp that would work with the rest of the card so I just free handed the sentiment and it looks great! I hope your Easter basket is overflowing with chocolate!