Pretty in Pastel Pink


Posted on 28th March 2024 by Nicole Mullen
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Pastel colours are lovely, but shimmery pastels are even nicer! This Easter themed birthday card uses some of the really lovely Papermilldirect colours to full effect. On this card I used:

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I started my card by cutting a panel of the Seasideblue Non-shedding glitter card to go ontop of the white card blank. This non-shed glitter card is amazing, it really is non-shed. It is brilliant to get the glitter shimmer, without the mess!

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I then took a panel of the Petal Pink Pearl card and die cut a floral rabbit shape from it. I will be using both the panel and the die cut later.

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I used a poker tool to get all the small pieces of the die cut out from the rabbit, since I wanted to use it on the card. Take your time on dies like this. Patience is the name of the game!

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For the remaining panel, I embossed it with a polkadot embossing folder, and adhered it over the blue layer.

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I added foam to the back of the bunny die cut. This can take a while on these die cut pieces as you have to cut down foam squares to fit in behind all the intricate pieces. I then added this onto the card, over where it was cut from. It gives a fun poped out effect.

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I made a birthday sentiment banner using the petal pink and pink flamingo. I also created a pink paper bow using the pink flamingo card. I added the banner under the bunny die cut.

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I added the bow and some gems and the card was done! Two pastel colours and it is pretty, floral and easter fun :)

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