Easter Bunny Envelope Box Card - Happy Easter0
Happy Easter to everyone. I was so delighted when I saw the gorgeous new gingham cardstock, as I knew it would look perfect with the Lori Whitlock Easter Bunny Envelope Box card cutting file that I'd purchased.
To create this oh-so-pretty Easter card you will need:
- Lemon Gingham Card 300gsm
- Pastel Blue Gingham Card 300gsm
- Celestial Blue Plain Card 290gsm
- Daffodil Yellow Plain Card 240gsm
- White Card Plain 250gsm
- Black Plain Card 240gsm
- Spring Green Plain Card 240gsm
- Perla Sirio Colour Card 290gsm
- Anita’s PVA Tacky Glue 120ml
- Stick it! 3D Foam Squares (940 pcs)
You will also need:
- A cutting machine such as a Cricut or Silhouette
- The 'Box Card Envelope Easter Bunny' digital cutting file from Lori Whitlock
- An Easter sentiment stamp
- Stamping ink
- White gel pen
- A pink alcohol marker or coloured pencil
1. Purchase the 'Box Card Envelope Easter Bunny' digital cutting file from the Lori Whitlock website.
2. Upload the .svg file to your cutting machine's software.
3. Choose the card stock colours for each piece. (I chose light blue for the main envelope box, white for the back insert, grey for the bunny, blue gingham for the decorative layers. For the flowers, I chose white, yellow and yellow gingham.)
4. Cut each piece on your cutting machine and assemble. I used a mix of PVA glue and 3D foam squares on the flowers.
5. Add rosy pink cheeks to the bunny using a light pink pen or pencil and add 3 dots of white gel pen to add extra texture. Add a little pink pen to the inside of the ears.
6. Stamp your Easter sentiment and adhere to the card.
If you are still unsure of how to put this card together Lori Whitlock has full video tutorials on assembly for the majority of her cards over on her website. Or check out my previous envelope box card blog post.
I'm so happy how this turned out, it looks so pretty in blue and yellow. I mean the name of the yellow Daffodil cardstock is perfect for this time of year, isn't it!
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In the meantime, have a wonderfully Happy Easter!