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Peaking Easter Card

Posted by Crystal Cleveland on

Here's a sweet little card for Easter that is just as easy as it is sweet!

I just love this color, Sweet Sugarplum along with this cute bunny from

Hare Peeking and was dying to try out the dazzling diamonds glitter. 

 

 

For this project I used the following items:

Maymay made it stamp set 

 

Punch a 2 1/2" circle in the middle of the 3 1/2" square piece of designer paper. You will be using both pieces of paper. The paper I used is double sided and I used both sides.

 Glue the 2 1/2" circle in the center of the sweet sugar plum card stock.

Stamp out a cute bunny color the insides of his ears and nose  and add glue to the         inside if his ears and them add dazzling diamonds to his ears  adding just a little bling to him. Cut him out leaving a little bit of a neck so he can be glued just peaking out the hole. Using foam squares pop up the designer paper placing the paper towards the top of the card so part of the solid card stock peaks outs. Place a foam square on the bunny too.  

Add a banner to the bottom of the card with foam squares. Place the whole card on foam squares and add to the white card stock base. Add a bow to the top left corner with glue dots and you're done!

Make it your own and share your version of this card on the facebook group Maymaymadeitandsodidi.

This card can also be made into a sweet little baby card. Make it with soft blues or pinks and add a different sentiment.        

 

 

Here's my version of Maymay's Easter card she did using stamps. I used washi tape instead. I have so much washi and I never know what to do with it, but when I saw her make this card the light bulb of inspiration came on. My first project using washi tape!! 

Here's the link to Maymay's video that inspired me. 

 Happy Crafting!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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