Backyard Basics Easter Card

Added by My Project Ideas Category : HandmadeCards Difficulty : A Step Up (Medium)

Supplies:

  • Framelits – Backyard Basics (129380)

  • Backyard Basics stamp set - wood (129255) or clear (129258)

  • Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set – wood (128748) or clear (127802)

  • Chevron Embossing Folder (127749)

  • Whisper white 8 1/2" x 11" card stock (100730)

  • Pool Party 8 1/2" x 11" card stock (122924)

  • Night of Navy Classic Stampin' Pad (126970)

  • VersaMark Pad (102283)

  • Stampin' Write Markers – Subtles Collection (131263)

    • Marina Mist, Pool Party, Soft Sky, Wild Wasabi, Wisteria Wonder

  • Stampin' Emboss Powder Iridescent Ice (101930)

  • Stampin' Emboss Powder Pool Party (129398)

  • Pearl Basic Jewels (119247)

  • Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)

  • SNAIL Adhesive (104332)

  • Big Shot (113439)

  • Heat Tool (129053)

 

Instructions:

  • Cut Whisper White card stock at at 8 ½” x 5 ½” and fold in half to make a 5 ½” x 4 ¼” card

  • Cut Pool Party card stock at 5 ½” x 2” and place inside the Chevron embossing folder and run through the Big Shot on tab 2 of the multipurpose platform

  • Using the VersaMark Pad stamp the words Happy Easter in the lower right corner of the card. Emboss with the Pool Party Embossing powder

  • Stamp the Butterfly stamp in Night of Navy. Emboss with Iridescent Ice embossing powder. Colour in the Butterfly using the Pool Party, Soft Sky and Marina Mist Stampin' Write markers

  • Using the Wild Wasabi and Wisteria Wonder Stampin' Write markers ink up the flower stamp. Breath on the stamp to re-hydrate the inks and then stamp on a piece of Whisper White card stock

  • Cut both the butterfly and the flower out using the Backyard Basics Framelit Dies in the Big Shot

  • Adhere the Chevron embossed piece of Pool Party card stock to the left side of the card using SNAIL Adhesive

  • Using the Stampin' Dimensionals, place the Flower in the centre of the card and the Butterfly in the top right corner. Place a 3mm Pearl Basic Jewel on the head of the Butterfly

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