3-D Eggs–Easter Card Making Tutorial

Easter Card Featuring 3-D Easter Eggs--free card making tutorialEaster Card Featuring 3-D Easter Eggs

 This free card making tutorial is for a Easter card featuring 3-D Easter Eggs. Using a moldable surface is a great way to get extra mileage out of your stamps. I was able to use the same stamp for the background that was used to create the 3-D Eggs. The moldable surface let me create a “new” stamp of just one eggs.

Materials

Cardstock—White and Lime Green
ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink—Ice Blue, Lime Pastel, Orchid Pastel, ColorBox Pigment Ink—Canary Yellow, Heliotrope, Vivid! Dye Ink Black
Blender Pens
Stampendous® Chick Ears Perfectly Clear™ Stamps
Hero Arts® Celebrate Everyday
Foam Mounting Tape
Heatgun
Double-sided Tape

 Instructions

  1. Create a card base with the folded dimensions of 4 1/4″ X 5 1/2″ out of white card stock.
  2. Cut three rectangular panels: 3 3/4″ X 5″ from green cardstock, 3 1/4″ X 4 1/2″ from yellow cardstock, 2 3/4″ X 4″ from white cardstock.
  3. Decorate  white panel using a variety of Easter color inks. Use the moldable black stylus tips or other moldable product following manufacturer’s instructions. Press moldable product onto the egg part of the stamp. Ink up moldable surface. Stamp egg over the entire white panel.
  4. Ink up egg stamp with black ink. Stamp on white cardstock. Cut out egg image. Use blender pen to pick up ink colors used on the white panel and color in the eggs.
  5. Ink up Happy Easter stamp using black ink. Stamp on white panel.
  6.  Assemble card. Use tape to attach panels to card base. Use foam mounting tape to attach egg image.

 

 

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