Easter’s quickly approaching so I’m sharing another Easter card from the recent class…apply titled “Happy Easter Bunny”.  To create the card, after texture embossing the first layer, use an oval framelit to cut through both the embossed layer and card front.  This will create a “frame” for the interior panel that’s stamped with the Happy Bunny Stamp.   We used a combination of  Blendabilities (now discontinued) and Stampin’ Write Markers to color the image (using all Stampin’ Write markers would also work well.) 

The card is quick to assemble and is sure to make recipients smile.

“Happy Easter Bunny”

Just a couple of pointers…for ease in cutting the oval, attach the embossed layer to the card base prior to cutting with the oval framelit.  This keeps everything in place for cutting.  To create the yellow  frame, cut card stock using two framelits (the one used to cut the oval in the card base and the next larger oval framelit).  The magnetic platform works great to hold framelits nicely in place when cutting.  To ensure that the stamped image is centered in the oval frame, you may need to trim the panel if stamped slightly off center prior to attaching to the card interior…but that’s okay, it won’t be noticed.

Later this week, I’ll post photos and provide information on the treat holders that were made for Easter…so be sure to check in.

Thanks for stopping by…
and don’t hesitate to contact me with your questions. (margkni@gmail.com).

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