Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Hop on Over for Easter Fun with Cutting Edge – Spring!
Hey, crafty friends! I have a thing for cutesy Easter and spring images… bunnies, chicks, lambs, ducks… I love them all! When I saw all of the Easter cuteness from this month’s release, I couldn’t wait to color and create with them. How about you? Do you prefer cute images for Easter or the more elegant style like we shared last week on the TE blog?
We have a pile of cute animals for Easter projects to share with you today from the new Cutting Edge – Spring stamp set & die combo. This stamp set has gathered the cutest critters of springtime together to send the sweetest Easter greetings to your loved ones. There is an image that includes a whole line up of critters as well as some individual critter images too.
Let’s take a look at some cute card creations from a few members of the TE Creative Team:
Taylor created a whole pile of fun critters for her card using a combination of the the group and single critter images from Cutting Edge – Spring. I love the different ways that she colored the group image with Copic markers so when they are stacked together, it looks like a whole different group of critter friends. If you missed the video tutorial that we shared during release week on how to create this cute critter pile up, check it out below!
I love how easy this card is to put together and all of the great tips that Taylor shared for stamping, die cutting, and assembling the pile of critters. If you haven’t done the trick with Press’n Seal, you have to try it, it’s a game changer!
Gayatri Murali used just the critter line up for her cute Easter card creation with Cutting Edge – Spring. Her critters are colored with Copic markers and set into a cute springtime scene created with the Build a Scene – Grassy Hills dies, Build a Scene – Rolling Clouds dies, and sunshine created with the Here Comes the Sun stencil paired with an Inside Scallop Circle Stacklets die. The sentiment is also a part of the Cutting Edge – Spring set and is embossed in white on a Double Ended Flag Stacklet die cut from Cupcake cardstock.
Jill Hawkins used just the single critter images from Cutting Edge – Spring to peek-a-boo out of the circle openings on her cute Easter card. Those fun windows are created with the Peek-A-Boo Circles die on a piece of the new Peaches ‘n Cream cardstock that is stenciled with the new Folk Art Tulip stencil.
If you love this project by Jill and need everything to make it, it is a featured project over in the Taylored Expressions webstore. Just CLICK HERE to visit where all of the supplies you need are gathered in one place so you can easily click and shop!
Can you handle all of the Easter cuteness that I shared with you today? I have definitely added the Peek-A-Boo Circles die to my shopping list – it’s a must have for cute peeking critters for any occasion! Thank you for stopping by the TE blog today and make sure to hop on over tomorrow for some projects that features some pretty funny bunnies!
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