Thursday, March 15, 2018

Easy Easter Card

Hello Crafty Friends!

Today, I want to share a super cute and easy Easter card 

with Viva Las VegaStamps. 

(which could easily be adapted for any occasion)

Stamps Used:
Wind-up Bunny

Other Items:
A2 Card Base- Black, slightly smaller white card stock for card front
Dylusions Paint- cut grass, fresh lime
Tim Holtz products- layering stencil, distress oxide ink (broken china), Chitchat stickers
Memento ink- Tuxedo Black
Lace washi tape
various markers

Let's Play
I started by brayering a piece of card stock with my 2 dylusions paints (all colors/products listed above), once dry I used one of my layering stencils to add some background depth.  (I used the same ink to lightly edge my card for a more blended effect). 

Next, I stamped the waybill/invoice stamp to add additional depth and visual interest.  Setting that aside, I stamped my little wind-up bunny on a separate piece of card stock.  I used various markers to color in the cute little details in my bunny, then cut her out (yep, I said her... because, why not).  

Next I began by using my Miracle tape to add my card front to my A2 card base.
I used wet glue to add my bunny, and my Tim Holtz chit chat sticker. (Of course the washi tape was plenty sticky and didn't need anything).

Well crafty friends, as you can see this is super fun and easy! 
 I hope you use this as inspiration for some cards of your own. :)

Thank you for visiting 
Happy Easter
(A bit early)


  1. Steampunk Wind-up Bunny is so cute. I love that bright lime background and the Way Bill Stamp too. Great lacy washi tape for the fold edge. I love how the way someone did a scribble at the bottom of the Way Bill and how you place bunny, that he has a floor and walls that are written on for his background. Clever, clever fluke? I love when stuff like that happens.

    1. Aww, thank you. The scribble placement was a complete fluke ;) this is just one of my go too background stamps because I think the writing is so pretty, and I like that it has vertical and horizontal interest so I can easily line stiff up and it's not too bold. Also, thst washi tape was a dollar tree find! I've had it for years, but I've hardly used it. (As your blog post say's...I'm "Trying" though!)


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