Happy Easter with Plaid Frame (And a Faux Embossed Design)

Happy Easter with Plaid Frame (And a Faux Embossed Design)

Two quick and easy cards that feature some pretty paper and die cuts.

For the first one…

The “frame” was created with one of the dies from the “Grand Ovals” set (LF-110) by Spellbinders cut from a rectangle. (Noticing in the photo here that I need to go back with a little Undo and straighten the frame!)

The paper used was “Easter Plaid” (#2036317) and a piece from the “Watercolor” card stock pack, both by The Paper Studio from Hobby Lobby.

The greeting was cut with the “Splendid Happy Easter” die from Poppy Stamps, and the bunny was from the “Bunny Trio” die set from Fun Stampers Journey.

And for the second one…

In the online holiday card making class I took last November, we created a faux embossed panel by stacking tone-on-tone die cuts, and I thought I’d create another one for Easter.

I used the “Happy Easter Die” (367-5) from Impression Obsession and a die from the “A2 Filigree Delight” set (S5-177) from Spellbinders. Each was cut (from heavy weight white card stock) and stacked 3 times and mounted on white

Thanks for checking out my card project!

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6 thoughts on “Happy Easter with Plaid Frame (And a Faux Embossed Design)

  1. I love the wonderful bright Spring colors in the frame of your first card. It is a perfect way to draw the eye to that cute rabbit image. And the second white on white card is so elegant and classy looking. Both your cards are so well designed and beautiful!


  2. Both of these are lovely. I really like the plaid PP you used on the first one and if you hadn’t mentioned it I wouldn’t have noticed it was slightly off. I love the faux embossing idea too.


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