Monday, April 2, 2012

Easter Chick Card

The majority of cards I make end up going to my nieces.  This Easter chick card was made for my youngest niece. I tried to keep the tools to a minimum so it would be easy to duplicate.  Switch out the scalloped edge punch for one you have on hand.  Don't like the chick?  Use a bunny instead.  The design can be modified to suit the products you have.

Supplies used:  Recollections yellow folded card, purple cardstock, orange cardstock, white cardstock, patterned paper by The Paper Studio (Easter Bunny Word Mix, #984484), Fiskars scalloped edge punch, ColorBox chalk ink pad in Lavender, Jolee's boutique dimensional stickers (Baby Chicks, 50-20535), Copic marker (Yellowish Green, YG06),  and purple gel pen.

Easter Chick Card Directions:
  1. Punch scalloped edge and adhere to card.
  2. Trim patterned paper, ink edges, and adhere.
  3. Trim cardstock pieces, color grass on white cardstock, layer, and adhere.
  4. Attach chick and egg stickers and write "tweet tweet".
  5. Optional, stamp sentiment inside.

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