Happy Easter! | Card Recipe

Hello friends! Today I am happy to share a card that I made featuring one of the products included in the new Expressions of Faith collection by Spellbinders. This product is called: Gleaming Cross Glimmer Hot Foil Plate & Die Set and I created an Easter card with it. This pretty cross is ideal for holidays cards, but can also be used for baptisms, sympathy cards, and more!

Happy Easter Card

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  1. Create a folded card from cardstock.
  2. Create a panel from white cardstock and using the embossing folder create the sun rays pattern.
  3. Using a foam dauber and a yellow ink apply color to create a subtle background. Adhere panel to card front.
  4. Apply Aura Hot Foil to cardstock to create cross pieces. Die cut pieces. Assemble with precision glue and foam squares.
  5. Create a strip of cardstock and apply Aura Hot Foil to it to create complementary sentiment. Adhere to card front and affix it with staples.
  6. Adhere Cross to card front with foam squares.
  7. Die Cut the word “Easter” from Mirror Gold cardstock. Adhere to cardstock strip using precision glue.
  8. Die cut the tiny flowers from corrugated cardstock. Arrange them and adhere them with foam squares.
  9. Embellish card with Gold Fashion pearls.

Featured products:

Gleaming Cross Glimmer Hot Foil Plate & Die Set from Expressions of FaithExpressions of Spring Sentiments Etched Dies from Expressions of Spring Collection

Please be sure to visit the Spellbinders store to check out all the wonderful Easter products they have.

Photo credit for the following Easter cards: Spellbinders Paper Arts

Well, that’s all from me today. I´ll be back soon to share another project. Thanks for stopping by,  have a wonderful crafty day!

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