After a long cold winter I am so looking forward to spring, Easter and some flowers! I have created a cute Easter card here using some of the beautiful new Spring dies from Poppystamps!
For this card, I started with a white card stock panel 4 x 5 1/4 inches. I used the Modern Fantasy Flowers stencil from Memory Box and sponged some green dye ink in the lower part and used some blue on the upper part of the stencil. I kept my sponging very light and I didn't go all the way toward the edge. I just wanted a very soft and subtle background.
Next, I assembled my egg. I first cut out two of the Ribbon and Bow Eggs out of white card stock. Next, I sponged some color, pink, purple and blue, on a plain piece of card stock and then cut the egg die out of that again.
I placed a bit of painter's tape on the back of the white egg to hold all the pieces in and then glued the sponged pieces onto the white egg. I then glued just the white outline of the other white egg down over it. I did the exact same thing to create the flowers, using the Garden Bouquet die, sponging pink, purple and blue inks on various scraps of paper.
I then cut out three of the Leafy Sprig die and glued those down flat to my stenciled piece. I then added foam tape to the egg and flowers and adhered them over the leafy sprigs.
I hope you have enjoyed my process of creating a lovely Easter card! Have a wonderful day!