Welcome to the Buffalo Stamps and Stuff Monday Idea.
This week's idea is and Easter Card. I have glammed up the stamp I used and
have decorated the inside of the card also. Do you make the inside as
eye catching as the outside?
Cute Chocolate bunnies!
Easter Cupcake - Impression Obsession (D-2427)
I stamped the cupcake twice. Colored one with Copics, and fussy cut it out. Using a black marker, I ran it around all outside edges so they weren't white. Using a glue pen, sparkly white glitter was
added to the frosting sections of the stamp.
I colored and cut out the eggs on the second stamped one and adhered them over the ones on the cupcake. Using a small flower punch, I punched six pink flowers. Using a stylus and a sponge mat, I pressed in the center of each flower to curl the petals upward. A small white dot was punched for each center and the two sections for each flower were glued together, alternating the petals.
Small rhinestones were added where little circles were in the stamped image. Looks good enough to eat, right?
Here is the finished card. Papers are Graphic 45, Secret Garden 6x6 Pad (love this, all
pastel papers for Spring). Circles were cut from Spellbinder's Classic Circles nestabilities. The smaller circle was run through the Swiss dot embossing folder. Ribbon is American Craft.
Here is the inside of the card. The sentiment stamp is from a Penny Black set, Easter March (40-069)
The eggs were punched from a small egg punch I have had for years.
The chicks, and the chocolate bunnies are from the Cheery Lyn Designs die, Bunny and Chick (B171). I distressed them with Wild Honey distress ink.
By this time next week, Easter will be all over. So early this year!
Hope you all have a blessed Easter.
Thanks for stopping by today.