While the weather this week has not been quite as enjoyable (There were actual snowflakes in the air last night!), I am still thinking spring and wanted to share a few more Easter cards. I made these cards for a customer, but it would be easy to replicate them if anyone else needs some to give or send. I can personalize them with particular colors and even names! Just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or send a message through our Facebook page and I will get to work! Cards are $4.00 each or 3 for $10.00.
I used Easter themed paper from Hobby Lobby for this card along with purple cardstock. The cute chocolate bunny with a bite out of his ear came from the Cricut subscription in Design Space. I embossed the white background with the Dots Cuttlebug folder and added a wiggle eye and a ribbon around the bunny’s neck.
This card was also made with images from the Cricut subscription in Design Space. It is so easy to search and find just the right cut using the new Categories search feature! The sentiment came from the Hopping By stamp set by Close To My Heart (D 1633) and I added some pearl dots with my new pearl pen by Viva Décor.
I used more Easter paper from Hobby Lobby for this final card. The cute chick popping out of the egg came from Create a Critter 2. A little embossing with my Cuttlebug, some layering and foam dots for texture and this card was done!
The weather has been so beautiful lately! It’s pretty early for spring weather to arrive in Nebraska, but no complaining here! So all this niceness has me thinking of spring and Easter and I wanted to share a couple of cards I made for the upcoming holiday. If you need some Easter cards for your friends or family, just let me know! I can make them to order for $4.00 each or 3 for $10.00.
Here are some cute bunny cards perfect for a special boy or girl.
And aren’t these babies dressed in bunny suits just adorable? My grandson is going to get one of these!
These cards are all made with patterned paper from Hobby Lobby and cardstock from my stash. I designed the cards in Design Space and cut with my Cricut Explore. The images came from a variety of cartridges that are included in the monthly Cricut subscription. I embossed the background of the second card with a Close To My Heart embossing folder, did a little doodling with a black pen, added some google eyes, and they were done!