Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Make it Monday #280 Colorful Easter Card

Hi!

Today I'm playing along with Make it Monday's Challenge #280: Stamping Outside of the Box. I made my box out of blended yellow and orange inks and I think it looks so pretty!


I started off by die cutting my card out of Bristol watercolor paper and then stamping my sentiment and eggs in Versamark ink and embossing with white embossing powder. I masked off my eggs and my rectangle and did some ink blending with a brush for my ink box. I blended Lemon Tart, Harvest Gold, Bright Buttercup, Summer Sunrise, and Orange Zest and then took off the rectangle mask, keeping the eggs covered to stamp my grass. I finished the card off by unmasking my eggs and coloring them with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens with a bit of a gradient fade on each egg. Super simple but pretty and bright!

I survived my root canal! But now I'm counting down the days until next Wednesday until I go back to the dentist for my crown because my temporary filling tastes super bitter!

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8 comments

  1. Very cute card, I love the trail of Easter eggs!

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  2. Love this!!! And it's so nice that color took center stage with that sentiment! Gorgeous!

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  3. Beautiful blended box. Such a pretty Easter card.

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  4. One of the prettiest cards I've seen in a while. Very nice!

    -Jill S

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  5. Great take on Lexi's challenge...simple and yet so effective. Nicely done!

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  6. clean and simple and perfectly colorful - a great take on the challenge!! thanks for playing make it monday!

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  7. LOVE this! Your box is so colorful and a perfect complement to those lovely colored eggs! :0)

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  8. Love everything about this! Your ink blending and masking were definitely worth the results on this colorful Easter card. Clever idea for your box, too!

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