Happy Easter Wing Ding Card

Happy Easter Wing Ding Card

What’s a wing ding?! According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, it’s “a wild, lively, or lavish party.” Creek Bank Creations came out with this fun interactive die set that creates a round card shape that rocks and swings; a wild party of a card – lol!


The Wing Ding Die set includes the pieces to create the round card base layers and the swinging mechanism. You also need a slide guide, foam (or pop dots), a small piece of acetate, and whatever else you need to decorate the card as you wish. (They sell various dies and stamp sets that could work with this card, or you can use what you have.)

For my card, I used a bunny (pre-colored) from the “Easter Clipart Set” by JoKavanaghDesigns that I found on Etsy. I sized the bunny to 2 inches and used my Silhouette software to trace, print and cut him out.

The clouds were from the Weather die set from Creek Bank Creations and were cut from label/sticker paper as I needed something super thin to prevent the swinging bunny from getting caught while he did his thing.

The grass was cut using a “Grass Border Punch” by Fiskars. The eggs were cut from the Silhouette file called “Eggs in Grass Border” (#121712) and were “filled” with various patterns I had previously loaded into my Silhouette library.

The greeting die is called “Splendid Happy Easter” (#2462) from Poppy Stamps. I used Gina K Designs Apple Mint and Powder Blue card stock as well as 110lb white.

Thanks for checking out my card project!

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