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Artistic Playing cards: Easter Greetings with Victoria Calvin


Whats up! That is Victoria and at the moment, I’m sharing two card initiatives utilizing the Spring Label Motifs Etch Dies by Becca Feeken for Spellbinders. This set is ideal for creating gorgeous spring and Easter-themed playing cards. Let’s have a look!

Provides | Spellbinders: Spring Label Motifs Etched Dies by Becca Feeken, Geo Display screen Embossing Folder, Important Cardstock, Style Oyster Pearls, Clear Stamp of the Month Spring Gnomes Stamp and Die Set; Ranger: Tim Holtz Misery Ink Spun Sugar: Barely Arts: Bearly Artwork Liquid Adhesive; Tombow: Mono Everlasting Adhesive

To start, I began with die slicing all the floral parts utilizing strong cardstock from the Spellbinders Necessities Assortment and the Spring Label Motifs dies. As soon as reduce, I assembled the floral and leaf parts that I’ll later add to a card panel. Subsequent, I created a 4.25 x 5.5-inch card panel and embossed it utilizing the Spellbinders Geo Display screen Embossing Folder. Tip: Dry or warmth embossing can add a ton of texture and dimension to a card background! 

Subsequent, I reduce and layered the lattice body and a tiny bunny utilizing the bunny die from the set. For added curiosity, I inked the perimeters of the die-cut bunny with Spun Sugar Misery Ink by Tim Holtz. 

After all the parts have been reduce, I assembled the cardboard by adhering the lattice body to the middle of the cardboard panel, then embellished the body with the floral parts and the die-cut bunny. For added dimension, I used adhesive foam squares to pop up a number of the floral parts and the bunny. 

Lastly, I stamped and die reduce the sentiment Completely satisfied Easter utilizing the Spellbinders Clear Stamp of the Month Spring Gnomes Stamp and Die Set, and positioned the sentiment on the cardboard as proven. For a closing contact, I added just a few Spellbinders Style Oyster Pearls to the facilities of the flowers.

If you’re curious to see how these playing cards got here collectively, remember to take a look at my course of video:

Thanks for stopping by, and revel in creating your personal Easter card designs!

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