Nicole here to share a fun Easter card showing how I made this card, step by step, including fixing a silly little mistake along the way. On this project I used:
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- Papermilldirect Intensive Yellow Plain Card
- Patterned paper
- Bloobel Easter bunny digi image
- Polychromos pencils
I started by using thr yellow card to create a mat for the patterned paper to use as a background for the card.
I then used the yellow card again to create a mat for the image I had coloured.
I then used the yellow card again and measured a strip of this by marking it out roughly to the size I wanted it to be and then trimming it down.
I then stamped my sentiment on this. This is where I made my mistake then. I pressed my finger onto the ink before it was dry, as I was pressing the strip down to adhere it. I used glossy accents which meant I couldn't get the strip peeled off to add a new one. So to fix this I simply cut a new strip to the exact same size and adhered it over the top of it. This then gave a little extra dimension which was nice and fixed the problem!
This was a super quick fix and prevented me from having to start over on the background entirely. Here you can see the finished card. I added the image with foam squares. I also added some yellow enamel dots to match the polkadots and shimmer dots on the bunny's hat.
Hope it gets you in the mood for those Easter celebrations!