Happy Monday! I have a fun Easter set to share with you - a card and a carrot box. Both items feature Gina K. Designs stamps - the card is based on a sketch and the carrot box is a hybrid template. This is what the set looks like.
As I mentioned the card is based on a sketch, this week's Spotlight Sketch which looks like this.
Here's a close-up of my card.
Here are the steps to put it together:
- Cut a 4" x 5-1/4" piece of patterned paper at a diagonal both ways and adhere the pieces to a standard size card stock made out of Pure Luxury Kraft card stock.
- Use Spellbinders Classic Ovals Scalloped dies to cut and emboss a large oval out of Pure Luxury Grass Green card stock and out Bazzill Basics Tangerine card stock.
- Stamp the bunny and sentiment from the Chocolate Bunnies set on Pure Luxury White card stock.
- Color bunny with Copics add some grass towards the bottom of the bunny, and use Spellbinders Classic Ovals Scalloped dies to cut him out. On a scarp piece of orange card stock, draw out a carrot, add some details and attach it to bunny.
- Stamp bunny's hands on Pure Luxury White card stock, cut them out, and adhere them on top of the carrot. Add the carrot's top by curling some strips of Pure Luxury Grass Green card stock and adhere it all to card front.
- Use Spellbinders Fancy Tags die to cut out a tag out of orange card stock.
- Punch out sentiment with an oval punch and adhere it on top of tag. Add some pearls on either end, adhere it to the card front with pop dots, and with that you are done!
Stamps: Gina K. Stamps: Chocolate Bunnies by Asela Hopkins
Paper: Gina K. Designs: Pure Luxury Grass Green, Kraft, and White card stock; Bazzill Basics: Tangerine; October Afternoon: Modern Homemaker
Ink: Memento Rich Cocoa ink
Accessories: Spellbinders: Classic Ovals Scalloped dies and Fancy Tags; Martha Stewart Grass punch; Oval Punch; Pearls; PopDots
Next up is a close-up of the basket.
On the basket I used the Square Pegs set by Melanie Muenchinger. To put the carrots together, I used a hybrid template called Carrot Box Template Set by Kelleigh Ratzlaff. You can find a step-by-step tutorial over at the Hybrid Chic blog on this post, A Carrot Treat.
Thanks so much for stopping by!