April 15, 2022

Lily Easter Card

 Hello friends! Today I would like to share a monochromatic lily Easter card I made. Just in time for Easter!

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To create the background for my card, I first started with a 2" strip of white cardstock and then ink blended a light purple ink over the entire piece.

Next, I used The Crafter's Workshop TCW2318 Flying Butterflies Slimline Stencil with a slightly darker purple ink and after the lighter ink was fully dried, I ink blended the butterflies with blending brushes over the lighter purple. Then sprinkled some clear embossing powder over the stenciled area and heat embossed it to give the butterflies a shiny appearance.

Then on the front of the white card base on one side, I repeated the same thing with the butterfly stencil. Then I adhered the first strip I made onto the front of the card base on one side and added a thin strip of glitter paper. Stamped the Crackerbox Stamp Lily stamp several times on some white cardstock and colored them in with Copic Markers and fussy cut them out. 

Then added the lilies to the front and also stamped and added the Crackerbox Stamps Happy Easter sentiment to the front and some sequins and then my card was done.

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1 comment:

  1. So nice to see an Easter card without an egg in sight. I love the technique you have used. Butterflies are my favourites. Hugs Mrs A.


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