The design tip from Craft Designer for this Easter Card making project is to give yourself permission to play. Six of the seven Easter Card projects in this series were the result of this approach. If you give yourself the freedom to play, you might be pleased with the result. What is meant by giving yourself the freedom to play is don’t be worried about making something perfect, but see how you can transform a non-perfect design into something beautiful by experimenting. Instead of creating a recognizable background pattern, like the previous posting with the patchwork background, try experimenting with color layering as seen here.
- Cut and die cut card components. The folded dimensions of the card are 4 1/4″ X 5 1/2″
Create a stamp of just the center egg from the image shown in posting prior to this one. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for using moldable black foam tip.
Using the various Easter colors inks, stamp the egg background on the white card panel. Stamp sentiment using black ink.
Stamp chick on white oval. Color in with markers. Glue Fun Flock to chick.