Because I made so many Christmas cards last year, I decided to make no more than twenty Easter cards. I also decided that I want a simpler card and I came up with this design:
For this Easter card, I used Lawn Fawn’s Scripty Happy die, Grassy Border die and the stamp sets Chirpy Chirp Chirp and Eggstra Special Easter. The process was quite simple: I stamped the chick and the paintbrush from Chirpy Chirp Chirp on white cardstock, coloured them with COPIC markers and die-cut them with the coordinating dies. I die-cut the grass in green cardstock and I die-cut the word “happy” from purple and blue cardstock.
I assembled the card by adhering the grass first, so that I could have ground for the chick. From there I put the paintbrush in his hand to see where I can place the “happy” die-cut. I wanted it to look as though the chick had written the word. I secured the die-cut images with washi tape while stamping the word “Easter” from the Eggstra Special Easter stamp set just below the “happy” die. I used Lawn Fawn “Peacock” ink for this. After stamping I adhered the chick, the paintbrush and the “happy” (in that order) to the card.
As a finishing touch I covered the “happy” word with Stickles Glitter Glue. The ones cut out from purple cardstock are done in the colour “Magenta”, the blue ones in “Peacock”.
It is a very simple card and it was easy to “mass-produce”. I like it and I hope that the recipients will like it too.
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