Monday, March 23, 2015

Little Blue House "Bunny Hop" Blog Hop

Welcome to the Little Blue House “Bunny Hop” Blog Hop



The Little Blue House is hosting a fun blog hop and each of the design team members have done a tutorial to share with you on their blogs. All you have to do is follow and comment on each of the design teams blogs for a chance to win the grand prize, an Easter Basket filled with tons of goodies. I have provided the design team blog links after my tutorial. Also, make sure to check out The Little Blue House's Blog for more details on the prize.

For my tutorial, I created this super cute Easter card.


Supplies Needed:

Brad
Sewing Machine
Pop Dots
5x7 card
Ruler
Hobby Knife
Standard scrappy supplies... Scissors, adhesives, trimmers.
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1. Start with a 5x7 white card and then cut a 4 ¾ x 6 ¾ piece of paper and another one that is 4 ½ x 3 ½.


2. On the backside of the 4 ½ x 3 ½ piece of paper, trace one of the die cuts from the Echo Park Happy Easter Paper.


3. Then using a ruler and a hobby knife cut slightly inside of the traced line to create a frame.


4. When you flip your frame over it should look this over your die cut piece.


5. Around all the edges of the cut papers, ink up the edges using Tim Holtz Distress Ink Rusty Hinge and then sew around all the edges. Glue down your piece of 4 ¾ x 6 ¾ paper onto your card.


6. Put some Pop dots onto the back of your frame.


7. Then place it onto your card over the die cut like the sample below.


8. Now decorate your card with one of the strips from the Echo Park Happy Easter Paper some of the Doodlebug Fancy Frills Stickers and Doodlebug Sprinkles Vellum



Come back on March 31st for a tutorial on how I made this cute flower with the Doodlebug Sprinkles Vellum


Thank you for visiting and checking out my tutorial! Don't forget to visit all the blog on The Little Blue "Bunny Hop" blog hop, follow and leave a comment for your chance to win the grand prize.

YOU ARE HERE -Nadine http://myscrapnstuff.blogspot.com/


37 comments:

  1. I luv all the details of your card, so fun! I especially luv the vellum flower!

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  2. Love all the little touches, especially the sewing! Cute card!

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  3. Bright color combos...so springy.

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  4. Adorable! The recipient could even place their Easter photo in the frame and then place it their scrapbook or photo album. I love double duty projects... Plus your creation lives on :) Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Very cute! I may have to try sewing on my paper crafts -- am a bit nervous about that!

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  6. Sweet. I will be back to find out how to make the flower!

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  7. Love how you combined the 2 different paper lines to make such an adorable card!

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  8. Cute! Look forward to next momths!

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  9. cute cute card! so many fun things in it~

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  10. The card is so bright and cheery. IV never seen on paper but will give it a try.

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  11. thanks for sharing this really cute card!!

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  12. I love all the different border styles you used on your super cute card!

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  13. Ok, I have to get some of the sprinkles vellum.

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  14. I love the bright colors very cool! Debbie Segler

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  15. This is a very cute card. I love the idea of sewing on the card.

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  16. Beautiful card.....love all the bright colors!

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  17. Love the frame cutting idea! Flower pops it too. Very cute!

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  18. Happy Easter. Love the flower.

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  19. This card is adorable. Love that flower.

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  20. Adorbs!! The flower is my favorite part! I need that carrot paper

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  21. Nadine - I love the adorable flower and the fun stitching :))))))

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  22. Such a cute card? Can't wait for the flower tutorial.

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  23. What a pretty card! The stitching adds so much.

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  24. Love the colors and all the layers of your card. Really clever way to make a basket!

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  25. Ha ha - love the verse on the card 😊

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