Hey Everyone! : ) I'm back! I'm really sorry for the absence! I've been really busy and I have had no time for card making.. But now I am! I will be starting a new segment called Scraping on Sunday. Where I will post a main card on Sunday along with a tutorial. So be aware! : ) But now.. here's the card!
Here's the card for today! It's so cute! : )
Here is the supply basket for today! : )
Create a Critter Cricut Cartridge
Stampin' Up! Word Window Punch
Stampin' Up! Modern Label Punch
Stampin' Up! Wild Wasabi Ink Pad
Stampin' Up! Wild Wasabi Cardstock
Light Yellow Card Stock
Polka Dot Patern Paper
Recollections Pattern Paper Pad
Versa Mark Ink Pad
Versa Mark Ink Pen
Teeny Tiny Wishes Stamp Set
Stamp n Bond Powder
Martha Stewart Green Glitter
Thick Yellow Organza Ribbon
Martha Stewart Scoring Bored
Martha Stewart Heat Gun
You Really don't need all of these.. but I added lots of steps in it today's card!!
So this is what I was originally gonna do with the card.. but I decided not to use the green and yellow patterned paper and not to use the white card stock in the layering. But I used the light yellow cardstock and trimmed it to the standard card size of 4-1/4x5-1/2 inches. Then I trimmed the polka dot green patterned paper to 4x5-1/4.
Here is the layout on my Cricut for you to see how I set up the Bunny and the carrot! The size of the bunny is 3.75 inches. And the carrot is 2.75 inches along with its attachment.
Here's how I laid out the paper! I just followed the lines on the cricut mat. Ignore the smudge on the mat.. Long story! : (
This is what you get at the end of cutting out from the Cricut. Next Layer the layers : ) on top of eachother like so..
I added all of the bunny layers and look how cute he is! : D Also on the carrot I put Green Martha Stewart Glitter on the leaf. Check out the video tutorial page for how to apply loose glitter effectively. Then I adhered the layer on the carrot and added Versa Mark Ink pen with little lines on the carrot! : )
Here I tied the yellow organza ribbon around the green patterned paper and tied it into a little knot. : ) then I adhered it to the Card base. Then with my modern label punch I punched out the white cardstock and then stamped the Happy Easter Sentiment in Wild Wasabi on light yellow cardstock. Then I punched it out from the word window punch.
Here's the finished product! : ) I added the bunny and carrot together and the sentiment up top! Enjoy! Thanks again everyone for being loyal!