We're back again today with some delightful Easter card ideas.
I tell ya, these girls are so creative that it makes me want to sit down right now and make a card. We hope that you're inspired by these creations as much as we are!
"This Easter card is a tri-fold card that uses small brads made with the i-top and twine to close the front of the card. The papers are a mix from the Hippity Hop and Makin' Waves collections - both great collections for making bright and fun cards."
"To make this card, I layered a Punky Sprouts doily with some pretty and soft Imaginisce fabric flowers, and for even more texture, added the canvas sticker bunny. To finish off the card I added some flowers and even put one on the bunny, and then embellished those with some I-rock bling."
" 'Happy Easter everyone!' I made this cutesy card to share with you today. Anything that has a bunny in it is cute to me! I used Honey Bunny, Spring Showers, Bunny Day stickers from the Hippity Hop collection. I made the bow with Surf's Up from Makin' Waves Collection and Core'dinations cardstock for the base of my card."
"I had a lot of fun creating this card. I added the "thought balloon" so that the sweet little bunny could be dreaming of a nice, juicy carrot! I used Hippity Hop die-cuts and chipboard stickers, the i-rock and paper from Makin' Waves."
"I wanted a 3-D look for this card, so I cut my stamped image into a circle and then made the circle a little larger for the mat. The mat was then layered over the image using foam dots. To create the button border, just determine how many buttons will fill in neatly between the Brad Daddies; hand-stitch or glue them into place. I also stamped the bird image twice; the second bird was added with foam dots."
Leave us a comment today and tell us what kind of project (home decor, gift, etc) you would like to create this easter season (even though you only a few days left!!).
You'll be entered into our drawing for ...
a collection pack of Hippity Hop
(winner will be announced Fri., April 6, 2012)
We hope that you have enjoyed the inspiration that our Design Team has provided you with these last couple of days and that you'll be able to find some time to create a few Easter crafts of your own before the weekend arrives!
Please join us again tomorrow for a fabulous tutorial, our I-Magine That feature!