I am glad that you stopped by.
I have a fun little gift bag to share with you today. I think that Easter cards and projects are my favorite to make. I think it is the soft pastel colors and the smell of spring in the air.
I am in love with this Peeps stamp set. I just can’t get enough.
Today I have this gift bag for you using a die from Lawn Fawn. I cut and assembled the gift bag. I then stamped and colored my Peeps and the frame from Lawn Fawn. I adhered the Peeps to the frame and then adhered the frame to the gift bag. I finally stamped my sentiment and adhered it to the bag handle. I finished with some enamel dots.
I think it turn out so cute.
Here are the goodies that were used to make this project.
Thank you for joining me today!
I will see you soon. Happy crafting!
I am just stopping in for a quick card to share today.
I colored the images from the Lawn Fawn stamp and die set called Eggstra Special Easter during The Daily Markers 30 day color challenge this past February.
So I thought I would put them to good use and make a card.
I have all of the products listed below except the Copic markers that I used. Unfortunately I don’t remember the exact colors that I used.
To make this card I die cut several of the rectangles from W plus 9 and Lawn Fawn dies. I then die cut the grass and clouds. I stamped my sentiment on the clouds and adhered the pieces together. That’s it really simple.
The only thing that took some time was the coloring and that only took about 15 minutes.
Here are the goodies that were used to make this card.
Thank you for joining me today and happy creating!
I am back with another card from this awesome Simon Says Stamp card kit.
Let’s get started.
Easy, Easy, Easy card to make.
I picked some glitter paper from a pad I had in three different colors and die cut one big peep and two small peeps. I also die cut a circle and a rectangle from the gingham paper. I then took the Lawn Fawn puffy cloud border die and die cut the rectangle on an angle. I stamped my sentiment and adhered all of them pieces to the card. To finish I add glittery enamel dots to the tails and around the card.
Here is a closer look at the card.
Here are the goodies used to make this card.
Thank you for joining me today and I will see you soon.
Long time no see.
My term with Crafting Desert Divas is over and I took a little break from crafting.
I am very glad to be back and making some fun cards to share with you. With all of the new releases from all of my favorite stamp companies I had to jump right in. Break over lol.
I am loving the new Lawn Fawn release. As always everything is adorable. No one can do cute like Lawn Fawn.
Lets get started.
This new Tote Bag die is so cute and very handy for many occasions.
To assemble the die you have to die cut it twice. Fold on the score line and adhere together. Very easy to do.
For the stamped image, I did some masking. First I stamped the paint brush and the masked it. I then stamped the egg and chick. It is always fun to remove the mask and see what you created. After I color the chick and brush with Copic marker and masked of the whole thing except the egg. I then splattered some ink on the egg to make it look colored. I then took the image to my Brother Scan and Cut and cut it out. For the background I stamped the grass and did some ink blending with Distress inks. I then stamped my sentiment and adhered it together.
Here are the product the I used to make this project.
I am very happy that you joined me today and I hope to see you again very soon!
Welcome back to my blog. Today is the final card in this series. In case you missed the previous two cards you can just scroll down to see them. In this series I used only one stamp set from Lawn Fawn called Eggstra Special Easter. I also use the Let’s Polka Mon Amie paper pack and white embossing on all three cards. I used Copic marker on the two previous cards but not this one. This card was very simple to make. Just a little stamping and die cutting.
Well let’s get started.
To start this card I cut and scored my card base from craft card stock and rounded the bottom two corners. I then drew a diagonal line across the card base. This line is just a place holder. I stamped the bunnies on the line with Versa Mark ink. I stamped two rows to add a little interest. I picked a pattern paper from the pack and die cut it with a stitched rectangle from the small pack from Lawn Fawn. I then adhered it to the card front. I stamped the bunny and sentiment on dark brown card stock in Versa Mark and add the white embossing powder to the ink. I heated the powder with my heat tool to melt it. I also stamped and embossed the bow on the bunny on light pink card stock then I fussy cut the bow out from the pink card stock. I die cut the bunny out and adhered the pink bow to the bunny. I cut out the sentiment with my paper trimmer and adhered the bunny and sentiment to the card front with foam squares. To finish I add the pink hearts and arrow.
Here is a closer look at the card:
Here are the goodies used to make this card:
I hope that you had as much fun as I did doing this series.
If you have any suggestion of another stamp set that you would like me to do a series with please feel free to let my know.
Thank you very much for visiting my blog today and hope to see you soon
Hello everyone and welcome back.
It’s Thursday so today is the second card in this series. I am very glad that you returned to see it. It is full of pastel colors just in time for Spring and Easter. Just like the card that I shared Tuesday, I am using the same stamp set from Lawn Fawn called Eggstra Special Easter with its matching die, Copic markers and the Lawn Fawn Let’s Polka Mon Amie paper pack. The finally card in this series will be up on Saturday.
Here we go.
Let’s get started. I cut and scored my card base from white card stock. I then decided on the pattern paper that I wanted to use. I die cut it and adhered it to my card base. I also die cut some grass to add to the bottom of the pattern paper and adhered it. On some white card stock I stamped the tulips, eggs, jelly beans and basket with Versa Mark ink then added the white embossing powder. With my heat tool melted the powder. Next was to color all of the stamp pieces in some spring colors and die cut the shapes out. I stamped the sentiment to the upper part of the card and adhered all of the pieces that I color to the card. I also added some dots and stripes to the eggs with a white gel pen.
Here is a closer look:
Here are the goodies that were used to make this card:
I hope that this series is giving you some joy and that you return on Saturday for the final card.
Thanks for joining me today. Now go and make something beautiful.
I am glad to see you back here again for a new card share. This week I am making three cards with mostly the same products. They will all be using the Eggstra Special Easter stamp and die set from Lawn Fawn. In my opinion this is the cutest Easter set to come out this year. So I am using the stamp and die, the same Copics, and the Let’s Polka Mon Amie paper pack on all three cards. These cards are all different. I am not reproducing the same card three times. And may I add they are all worth taking a look at and adorable. But to see them all you will have to return on Thursday and Saturday.
Let’s get started.
So on this card we have two favors of Chocolate, dark and milk chocolate with lots of candy sprinkles, yummy. So I started this card with a standard A2 size with a top fold in white. I then picked my background patterned paper and die cut it with the largest stitched rectangle from the small stitched rectangle set by Lawn Fawn, and adhered it to the card base. I then adhered the doily hanging off the side and cut off the excess. I stamped the bunnies and the sentiment on brown paper and the jelly beans on white paper with Versa Mark, added the white embossing powder and with my heat tool melted the powder. I colored the jelly beans and the die cut them and the bunnies out. All that was left was to assemble the card. I adhered all of the pieces to the pattern paper and doily, then added the sprinkles. When I was finished and happy I added the glossy accents to the jelly beans for some shine.
Here is a closer look:
Here are the goodies used to make this card:
I hope that you enjoyed this card and return for the next card using these products on Thursday.
Thank you for visiting today. Now go and make something beautiful!