Pretty Pink Posh – Easter Theme Week

Good morning, crafters! I’m happy to share with you the news that today begins Easter Theme Week at Pretty Pink Posh and you can find all items in the Easter section at 15% off!

For this project, I used a combination of products from both the amazing new release as well as some from prior releases.  To begin, I stamped the Easter eggs border from the Spring Days stamp set on a panel of 80# cardstock. I then used the coordinating Spring Days dies to partially cut the lower portion of the stamp.

Next, I used Copics to color the eggs, and then used the Spring Days dies to cut a mask for the eggs to be used later.  First, I needed to prep my card base.

Copic: R22, R21, R20, YR04, YR02, YR01, Y15, Y13, Y11, Y03, YG01, YG00, W5, W3, W1, W0, W00

Using a landscape card base, I used the die to cut the lower half of the front of the card.  On the interior lower half, I used Post-It tape to mask off a sliver that I inked with Distress Oxide in Twisted Citron and Mowed Lawn. I removed the tape and set the card base to the side to work on my front panel. I applied the mask on top of the eggs and lightly ink blended a background using Distress Oxide in Tumbled Glass.

On another panel of white cardstock I used the Distress Oxide greens again to ink just enough area so that I could use the scalloped square from the Spring Days dies. I then white heat embossed “Happy Easter” from the Easter Eggs stamp set onto the die cut piece. I then stamped a couple of bunnies from the Bunny Friends stamp set, cut them out using the coordinating dies, and colored with Copic markers.

To finish the card, I adhered the egg panel onto the card base and then used foam tape to pop up the bunnies and sentiment. I love the bright colors of Spring!

Products Used

Thanks for reading, and be sure to visit the Easter section of the Pretty Pink Posh store to see all the fantastic products available for 15% off!

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