Easter Lillies for Dies R Us


Hi Friends, Kristina here getting started on Easter cards. I thought this Tuti Designs Easter Lily die would be perfect for Easter Cards, and the rest of the year for Sympathy Cards, Happy Spring, any occasion really. There is a lot you could do with it, I chose to do some copic coloring.


To put it all together, I die cut the card out of white card stock, but kept all the pieces together and in the die. I added some liquid adhesive all over the back, and adhered the whole die to my card front. 
Once the glue had time to dry I slowly and carefully peeled the die off, leaving behind the positive and negative space of the die. 



I cut the die out a 2nd time out of black card stock and used it as a guide while I was coloring, to keep track of what is what. Once I was finished coloring, that black die cut became my actual window. 


To finish I added some white specs on the lilies with my gel pen, and stamped my Happy Easter sentiment at the bottom. 

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Tutti Designs Easter Lillies
Tutti Designs Easter Lillies
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Bright & Sunny Easter Card


Hi Everyone and HAPPY SPRING! I live in Michigan so it's not over till its over, but hopefully, winter is over! So let's get ready for it! I'm kicking off Easter cards here today with a basic spring card that you could stamp any sentiment under.

I started with some ink blending. I used a piece of post it tape to mark off the "ground" to do a very light wash of green color with with distress ink. After that I removed the tape and used a cloud stencil and more distress ink to create my cloud background. 


I die cut the white fence from the Elizabeth Craft Designs Nantucket Arbor die set. To add a little interested I used pattern paper to cut the Lawn Fawn Grassy Border out. And lastly some bright spring card stock for my tulips. I adhered all those down and trimmed the excess off to create a 4x5.25 panel which I adhered down onto some glitter card stock. 


My sentiment comes from a Lawn Fawn easter card, and was stamped down on top of everything in a crisp black ink. And there you have it, enjoy your first week of Spring!

Until next time... 


Supplies


Lawn Fawn Little Flowers
Lawn Fawn Little Flowers
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Lawn Fawn Grassy Border
Lawn Fawn Grassy Border
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Elizabeth Craft Nantucket
Elizabeth Craft Nantucket
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