I made a collection of Easter cards for my sister's grandchildren. I bought two packages of felt Easter embellishment from Michaels Craft Store.
I used supplies from my traveling crop stash.
The leaves are cut from a Tim Holtz die using my Cuttlebug.
The flowers are a Spellbinders spiral die. The paper is from DCWV "Garden Party".
These notecards are created using the negative image from the Tim Holtz branch die.
All paper is DCWV (various stacks).
Collection of Easter cards using felt embellishments, Spellbinders dies, and DCWV paper.
More felt embellishments!
The sentiment was a $1.00 stamp from Michaels Craft Store. I used only part of the stamp.
More felt! The border is a punch by EK Success that was on clearance at Joann's Store.
Paper stickers and felt!
I used the sentiment felt embellishments inside the previous cards.
This card has a double front opening.
I cut slits and attached the ribbon behind the inside of the card.
See next photo.
The inside is a separate piece with the ribbon between the inside and outside of the card.
The last felt Easter card!
The next series of cards are for a man. The cards are one piece with the writing area on the back, very similar to a postcard. The scripture verses are from a set of clear stamps that was a gift from my friend in South Africa, Erna.
The stamps are from "JustRite Clear" and are designed to be used with Spellbinders dies.
Paper from DCWV and border punch from EK Success.
Paper is from "The Mariposa Matstack" by DCWV
The paper is so beautiful, we decided to just add a sentiment.
"The Mariposa Matstack" by DCWV
This is a birthday stamp, but I hid the birthday sentiment!
"Garden Party Matstack" by DCWV
Tim Holtz branch die
Another beautiful piece of cardstock from "The Mariposa Matstack"
The last one in this series of 'postcard' style cards.
This card was created using a Cuttlebug Embossing Folder, Spellbinders dies, and a sticker from "Studio112" Thank You Dimensional Stickers.
The next few cards were made by cutting a window into the card front and adding "Thinking of You" sentiment. A strip of colorful cardstock was added. The inside of the card allows room for a written message. Spellbinder dies and Cuttlebug dies
were used to create the windows.
An assortment of paper was used, however DCWV matstacks were the main source of patterned paper.
A view of the opened card.
Spellbinders die was used.
Cuttlebug die was used.
Last card in the series and last card of this post!
Early morning reflection in the marshes of Jekyll Island.
My sister and I walked 4 miles every morning and saw beautiful sights!
If you made it to the end of this post...Thank You!
Have a wonderful day!