Feb 23, 2019
Hey, crafty friends! There are some certain treats that I definitely look forward too during the Easter season. My personal favorite is Cadbury Eggs and I am already stalking the store shelves to find them! What is your favorite Easter treat?
I have some cute Easter projects to share with you today by a few TE Creative Team members that incorporate some pretty recognizable Easter treats. You will be inspired to create your own Easter treat themed project and add a few yummy treats to your shopping list too!
First up is this cute marshmallow bunny card that Taylor created with the Little Bits – Marshmallow Bunny dies, Block Party Bunny die, and Squishy Hugs stamp set. These 3 products are designed to work together to create various spring and Easter projects featuring the cute marshmallow bunny treats. Watch the video below to see how they work together.
The line up of bunnies is just the cutest on both cards that you see in the video! I also love the tips that Taylor shares for lining up images with your MISTI.
Kim Singdahlsen used the Little Bits – Marshmallow Bunny dies and Block Party Bunny die on this project that she created for the February release that also uses the new Backstory – Easter Background stamp. Kim used a combination of different pinks for her card design, but you could easily create this card in blues, yellows, greens, purples, and more! You could easily create a card set in a rainbow of colors!
Here’s another card designed by Kim Singdahlsen featuring another yummy Easter treat using the Full of Beans stamp set and die combo. Kim created a fun shaker card by adding the jelly beans into a jar using the Mason Jar stamp set and coordinating dies.
The Full of Beans stamp set and die combo includes 9 bean images and a die designed to easily cut them out. It also includes 5 cute and punny spring sentiments to use on your projects.
Melody Rupple added the jelly beans from the Full of Beans stamp set and die combo into the belly of this cute bunny shaker card that she created for the February release. The bunny is created with the Bunny Pop dies and the background is stamped using the new Backstory – Easter Background stamp. I love how Melody added a few jellybeans sprinkled around the bunny to finish off the card design!
Have you added a few Easter treats to your shopping list after seeing the projects from today? I hope you have enjoyed and been inspired by all of the cute Easter project inspiration that I have shared with you this week. I will be back next week with some more inspiration to share with you to take your die cutting to the next level. You won’t want to miss it!
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