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I created a 6" x 5 1/2" card and three mini tags in the colors of spring! I love the little vintage girls peeking out of the window!
I am sure many of you are wishing for spring to arrive! It had been very hot here in San Diego, but the nicer weather has returned! I love the high 60's and low 70's this time of year!
To get started with the project first select one of the large window frames from the Windows 4 Panel Set and ink it with gold ink. (For my full supply list, see the end of the post.) Next, cover all of the Mini Flourishes Bella with green pigment ink. I ended up using most of the package, so ink them all, just in case.
Next, ink all of the eggs from the Decorative Eggs Set with pigment inks. (I used six of the eggs in the set.) Allow the chipboard to dry completely.
Chose an image to fit behind the window openings (approximately 3 1/2" x 2 1/2"). I chose an image cut from Graphic 45 Sweet Sentiments Signature Sheet paper. (This paper is retired, but I found some on Amazon.com.) Trim a piece of Gilded Lily Creme de la Creme (reverse) to 3 3/4" x 2 3/4" and sponge the edges with gold ink. Attach the chipboard frame to the Gilded Lily paper.
Create a 6" x 5 1/2" card from ivory cardstock and round the bottom corners. Trim Gilded Lily Creme de la Creme paper to 5 7/8" x 5 3/8" and sponge the edges with gold ink. Attach the paper to the card front. Trim the Easter border from Sweet Sentiments Spring has Sprung paper and sponge the edges with gold ink. Attach the border to the top of the card. Use foam tape to attach the window frame element to the left center of the card as shown.
Glue two flourishes to the window frame, one on the left edge and one on the right edge. Add a postage stamp image (Sweet Sentiments Easter Greetings) to the lower right corner of the window frame using foam tape. Glue two small decorative Easter eggs to the bottom of the frame.
Glue paper flowers around the edges of the frame as shown. Choose colors to match the paper and the inks.
Decorate the inside of the card with Gilded Lily and Sweet Sentiments paper.
Using three tags from the Small Tag Set, create three matching Easter tags. The tags are each approximately 3 1/4" x 1 5/8".
Cover Tag 1 with Gilded Lily Creme de la Creme (reverse) paper and sponge the edges with gold ink. Glue one of the medium decorative eggs and one of the mini flourishes to the tag. Add an Easter image and some paper flowers and finish off the tag with a bit of gold and ivory chevron ribbon (for similar ribbon, click HERE).
Cover Tag 2 with Gilded Lily Creme de la Creme paper and sponge the edges with gold ink. Glue one large and one medium decorative egg to the center of the tag. Glue two mini flourishes to the tag, one in the lower left corner and one in the upper right corner. Add an Easter image and some paper flowers, and then finish off the tag with a bit of gold and ivory chevron ribbon.
Cover Tag 3 with Gilded Lily Creme de la Creme (reverse) paper and sponge the edges with gold ink. Glue one large decorative egg to the center of the tag. From the Words and Phrases 2 Set, glue "hope" (sponged with silver ink) to the center of the tag as shown. Add an Easter image and some paper flowers, and then finish off the tag with a bit of gold and ivory chevron ribbon.
The card is ready to mail and the tags are ready to tie on to an Easter basket!
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Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Products:
Windows 4 Panel Set
Decorative Eggs Set
Mini Flourishes Bella Set
Small Tag Set
Words and Phrases 2 Set
Paper: Graphic 45 Gilded Lily (Creme de la Creme), Sweet Sentiments (Spring has Sprung, Be My Valentine, Easter Greetings, Signature sheet)
Ink: Colorbox Pigment (Cyan, Lavender, Turtle, Sweet Tooth, Papaya Cream, Thistle, Baby Blue); Delicata (Silvery Shimmer, Golden Glitz)
Trims: Really Reasonable Ribbon Chevron Striped Twill (gold)
Flowers: Wild Orchid Crafts
Adhesive: Ranger Glossy Accents, Scotch 3M ATG tape, foam tape, hot glue