I made this Easter card using Heartfelt Creations stamps and dies. I used the newest collection (Sweet Serenity Collection) as well as an older one (Floral Cross Collection).
HCPC 3451 Going to the Chapel PreCut Set
HCPC 3452 Pristine Lilies PreCut Set
HCPC 3522 Vintage Floret Frame Precut Set
HCPC 3523 Feathered Friends Precut Set
HCPC 3525 Tranquil Evening Precut Set
HCD 719 Cross and Lilies Die (Floral Cross Collection)
HCD 731 Leafy Frame Die
452255 Grand Calibur
253740 Asian Accents
StazOn Archival Ink (Jet Black), Recollections White Pearls, Ranger Stickles (Diamond), Prismacolor Pencils (PC901, PC916, PC922, PC924, PC947), Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist (Olive Vine), brads, pop dots
I loved working with these staps and dies! Here are some more close ups of the Easter Card:
Here's the inside of the card:
Here is the step by step write-up for this project:
Stamp the sunset scene from the Tranquil Evening Precut Set and color using Prismacolor Pencils. Cut it out and adhere to the center of the card base. Stamp and die cut the frame from the Vintage Floret Frame Precut Set. Glimmer mist in green to add some shimmer. Add tiny brads to each of the four corners. Pop dot the frame over the colored image. Make sure that the scene peeks through the window. Stamp the chubby bird, color with Prismacolors and fuzzy cut it out. Stamp the lilies and die cut using the coordinating die. Add a pearl to their center and stickles to the sides. Die cut and emboss both crosses on black cardstock and add over the left side of the window. Add the flowers and chubby bird on and around the cross. Print out your sentiment on cream cardstock and die cut with the Asian Accents die. Add over the center bottom of the card. Add tiny pearls to the sentiment to finish it off.
For the center, stamp the sentiment cross from the Going to the Chapel PreCut Set and add the die cut small black cross over it.
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