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For my first card, I created a bright and cheery Easter card. I stamped a couple of eggs from the Embellished Eggs stamp set in Razzle Berry, Lemon Drop, Blu Raspberry, Sour Apple and Grape Jelly Premium Dye Ink. I used the Easter Elements Die-namics to cut out the eggs.
The Easter Basket was created with the Woven Basket Die-namics and Blu Raspberry card stock. I used the new Grassy Edges Die-namics with Sour Apple and Jellybean Green card stock. I really love the long grass you can create with this set of dies.
My next card features one of my favorite color combinations and the new Accent It - Rock and Roll Die-namics. I LOVE the pink, black and white color combination!
I used Razzle Berry, Black Licorice and Smooth White for card stock. The chevron background is from the Spring Backgrounds stamp set. I stamped it in Black Licorice Premium Dye Ink. I added a touch of the coordinating Black Licorice and Razzle Berry ribbon.
I used the Blueprints 1 Die-namics to create the stitched band. This is such a fun set of dies. If you haven't checked them out yet, you really should!
The sentiment on the inside of the card is from the Document It - Rock On stamp set.
I am so thrilled that MFT has a full line of coordinating replenishments. I have been wanting to put together a sampler of the ink, card stock and ribbon for awhile now. I finally made the time to do so this weekend.
I stamped a poppy from the Pretty Poppies stamp set at the top of each tag.
Along the bottom of each tag I added a strip of the card stock.
I added a color name label on top of the card stock. I used a label maker for the name as my printer is not a fan of thicker card stock.
Just above the label I added a piece of the coordinating ribbon. I wrapped the ribbon around the back of each tag as I didn't want the ends to fray. I covered the back of each tag with another Smooth White tag.
I plan on adding the tags to a large binder ring. I think it is going to be a very helpful tool!
Supplies for Easter Basket Card