Saturday, March 23, 2013

Basket, Bunny -N- Buttons Sweet & Simple Card - SVG Cutting File, Printable's and Coordinating Papers

Easter in upon us!  So, sweet and simple is a must!  Here are all the details on how you can create this adorable card in just minuts!  :)

I used the print and cut feature on my Cameo Silhouette, so fast and easy!  The Basket is a Freebie this week @ Fleurette Bloom  Hop on in for yours!

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All details on how you can make one below:

Collections Used:

Fleurette Bloom - "Easter Traditions Elements"
  • Chocolate Bunny
  • Tulips
Fleurette Bloom - "Easter Traditions Coordinating Paper"
  • Picket Fence
  • Tiptoe Through The Tulips
  • Thanks Card (Card Base and Interior)
Supplies Used: 
  • white textured  card stock -  (untextured will work too)
  • Trendy Twine - Tickled Pink
  • Buttons - pink, blue and blue
  • Paper Easter Grass
  • Glue gun and glue
  • Foam Dimensional stickies 
  • Basket - 3.505"W x 4.430"H
  • Chocolate Bunny - 1.940"H x 2.810"H
  • Tulips - 1.095"W x 2.070"H
  • Card Base - 8.500"W x 5.500"H
  • Front panel on card - 3.710"W x 4.980"H                                                                           (interior panel from SVGcuts Thanks card) 
  1. Print and cut all elements
  2. Use dimensional sticky foam pieces to adhere the front pannel onto the card base
  3. Hot glue a little paper grass to the back side of your basket element
  4. Adhere dimensional sticky foam to the back of your tulips and place on basket
  5. Adhere dimensional sticky foam to your chocolate bunny - place in the center of your card
  6. Adhere (approximately) three pieces of  dimensional sticky foam stacked, to the back/ bottom of the basket.  It will depend on the thickness of your foam, how many you will need to lift it off the card dimensionally, to the level of the grass you glued on, then place it in front of the bunny.  
  7. Hot glue in your buttons and twine as the finishing touch :)  
Designer Tips:
  1. I like to make my entire card print and cut, by laying the patterns of the digital paper directly inside my card shape.  That way I use less ink and less paper :)
  2. Always layout your pieces before gluing them on, that way you can make adjustments if needed. 
  3. Using paper pack collections makes creating fast, easy and fun! You are insured the colors and pieces will look great together every time.
Be creative, have fun, the possibilities are endless :)
Happy Crafting!

Fleurette Bloom

P.S. If you have a fun easter card you have created with your Cameo Silhouette Stop by Cameo Creations Challenge blog, there is still time to enter :)