Easter Greetings

#repost – I saw the card like this that Shari Carroll from Simon Says Stamp made. I finally got the stamps and dies and made this card for my parents. Thanks to Shari for sharing her design.

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Cardbase is 5 1/2″ X 4 1/4″ Simon Says Stamp Audrey Blue heavy cardstock.
White panel is Neenah Classic Solar White heavy cardstock.
Simon Says Stamp Rejoice Stamps
Simon Says Stamp Crosses Dies *There is no die in this set for the word Easter, so I fussy cut it.
Stamp crosses and the word Greetings on the white panel. The Greetings stamp comes from a Christmas stamp set. Inside the Rejoice stamp set is the word Blessings that you could use instead. Space out the stamps on your panel, leaving room to die cut the large cross near the center. The ink pads I used were
Versa Magic Sea Breeze chalk ink (stamp circle cross, Easter, Greetings)
Simon Says Stamp Green Apple dye ink (stamp large cross and Celtic cross)
Memento Summer Sky dye ink (stamp outlined cross)
Wplus9 Lake House dye ink (stamp thin cross above the word Easter)
Versa Magic Aegean Blue chalk ink (stamp on large white cross)
After stamping, carefully die cut the large cross from the stamped panel. Adhere the stamped panel to the card base.
Tombow dot runner around the cross opening
EZ runner tape runner around the edges of the white panel
Then adhere the large cross to the front of the card.
Scotch 3M Permanent Mounting Tape
Adhere the word Easter to the large cross. Support both ends of the word with the Scotch mounting tape and use the Tombow dot runner in the center to attach it to the cross.
Attach the sequins.
Simon Says Stamp Assorted Moonshine Sequins
Ranger Multi Medium Matte glue

Thank you for stopping by. I hope you like what you see.  🙂  Have a wonderful Easter as you remember the reason we celebrate.

Sincerely,

Tricia Ann

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