It is such a perfect time of the year to pull out your copic markers. Easter images are always so fun to color and brings that Spring feeling in the air. Who doesn’t love a little extra color in their world? Just think how happy it would make a friend or family member to receive a surprise Easter card in the mail. This adorable card was made by Jenny Gropp. She has so many wonderful inspirational projects, so be sure to visit her blog One Krafty Kat.
Jenny started her layering using a 1/16″ white edge around her blue panel. She pulled out her ruler set and added a 1″ border along the bottom edge to accommodate the Eater Greeting sentiment. The other three edges she used a 1/8″ edge.
Adding a die cut fence and some green grass to create a little mini scene for the bunny. Add some foam tape between the layers for added dimension. Tie some twine around the card a few times and tie a bow to give it that final touch.
When layering on the front of your card, take a few extra minutes and include them on the inside as well. Heat emboss the Somebunny sentiment to finish off this sweet little Easter card. I would like to thank Jenny for sharing her fabulous Easter card with us.
Creativity involves in breaking out of your traditional style. Take a look at your projects in a different way, and never hesitate to try something new.
- Easter Greeting (Serendipity Stamps 1246E $9.50)
- Bunny With Carrot (Serendipity Stamps 1244E $9.50)
- Somebunny Loves You (Serendipity Stamps 1243D $8.50)
- Versamark (Stampin’ Up 102283 $7.50)
Supplies Used (Not Shown):
- White Cardstock
- Tuxedo Black Ink
- White Ink
- Embossing Powder
- Perfect Layer Ruler
- Copic Markers
- Hemp Cord
- Foam Tape
- Perfect Cutting Mat