Easter Blessings Card


Posted on 4th April 2021 by Jane Taylor
Filed under Seasonal Crafts, Easter Craft Ideas

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How about this super quick and fun Easter chicks card? So easy even your kids could make it.

Papermill Direct supplies needed:

  • daffodil yellow card
  • woodstock arancio card
  • woodstock giallo card
  • woodstock verde card
  • dark green card
  • marine blue card
  • azure blue card

You will also need:

  • punches/dies - I used T4TD Landscape Edges, Polkadoodles Tags, Woodware circle punches
  • stencil - I used Funky Fossil burlap texture background
  • sentiment stamp or peel off - I used Uniko Some Bunny
  • Inks: I used Ranger distress oxide, fossilized amber, squeezed lemonade
  • googly eyes
  • black pen

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How to create:

  1. Cut a piece of card from the marine blue card measuring 3.75" x 5.5". Put this to one side.
  2. Cut a piece of the woodstock verde card measuring 1.25" x 5.5".
  3. Cut a piece of the dark green card measuring 1.5" x 5.5".
  4. Hand or die cut a grass edge from the woodstock verde and dark green card.

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5. Cut a piece of marine blue card measuring 1.75" x 5.5".

6. Cut a piece of azure blue card measuring 2.5" x 5.5".

7. Hand or die cut cloud edges from both these pieces.

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8. Adhere the grass and cloud edges to the piece of marine blue card that you put to one side.

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9. Us a stencil to add texture onto small pieces of the daffodil yellow, woodstock arancio and woodstock giallo card.

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10. Punch, die cut or hand cut a circle from each of the stencilled card.

11. Add googly eyes

12. Adhere to the card.

13. Draw and colour legs and beaks.

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14. Stamp and die cut a sentiment. Adhere to the card.

15. Matt the whole thing onto an azure blue card base measuring 4.25" x 6".

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I really hope you've enjoyed this little tutorial and will be inspired to create your own version. If you do remember to share on social media using #papermilldirect

Thanks for looking today. Stay safe and keep crafting!

Jane x


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