This card was made using the new Easter Seasonal cartridge. The pattern paper is some I had for awhile. I ran it through my bigshot with the Birds and Swirls cuttlebug folder and then went across the embossed part with an ink pad to show the embossing more. I had a scrap of basket weave paper so I used that to cut the basket. I used design studio for all the cuts so I don't know the exact sizes. The card is 4.25 x 5.50. I used a square in design studio at that size as a templet and then sized accordingly. I could not save the file computer went wacky and had to shut it down. The pink on the bunny is the shadow of the bunny and I used white glimmer paper for the bunny body. Iglued a wiggle eye to the bunny. The basket had alot of extra holes that I hid using the hide contour button. I cut the shadow out using a solid blue cardstock. I cut several eggs and ran it through the bigshot using the Swiss Dots cuttlebug folder. The grass was welded and then cut 2 times and attached one layer to the card and then put pop dots on the top layer for dimension. Enjoy!
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Monday, March 15, 2010
For this card I used the new Easter Cartridge. The pattern paper is from an old paper pack. The pink is 5.5 x 4.25. The layer on top is 4 x 4. On the one end I used the Fiskars T(h)reading Water border punch. I used Chestnut Roan Chalk Ink on the edges. For the Cross I cut the Shadow layer out at 3 inches using Black Cardstock. The top layer of the cross was cut also at 3 inches and I used the Recollections Precious Metals Cardstock for the top layer. The Happy Easter is also cut with the same papers. I then tied a ribbon around the card and tied a bow. Enjoy!
Thursday, March 11, 2010
For this card I used Design Studio and A Child's Year cricut cartridge and George and Basic Shapes cricut cartridge. I welded the shamrocks together and made three rows and then used the rounded corner rectangle for the center and then welded three more rows of shamrocks together. I then made two seperate rows of shamrocks and cut them out on a dark green and then glued them the the second row on top and bottom. The stamped image is from a Studio G St. Patrick's Day stamp set. I used a green glimmer spray on the front to give some shimmer. I used a green marker to give the shamrocks some detail. Enjoy!