Easter card by Noga Shefer

March 27, 2019

Easter Card, Handmade

Hi crafty friends, Noga here and I am so excited to be guest designing again with Gerda Steiner Designs today.
 


My card featuring the adorable Easter Bunnies 4x6 Clear Stamp Set and  Easter Bunnies 4x6 Dies. This set is just perfect addition to your stash.
 
I also used in this card the adorable mushrooms from Foxes 4x6 Clear Stamp Set.

To make this card I cut an oval scallop shape of Bristol smooth cardstock.

The background sky was created with clouds stencil and tumbled glass distress oxide ink and the grass was created with grass stencil and old paper distress oxide ink.


Next I colored the images using copic markers. I added some glossy accents on  the mushrooms.
 
I glued  the bunny to my panel with foam tape for dimension and glued the mushrooms with regular glue.
Next I stamped a greeting from the stamp set using black ink.
Finally, I put everything together using green dotted paper.
I hope you enjoy the card I created and feel inspired to create!
 Thank you for visiting the blog.
Have a great day!
Noga.




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