Saturday, March 12, 2016

Happy Easter with Creative Expressions!

Welcome to Creative Expressions Saturday Post. 
I have a fun Easter Basket Card to share!

This was a super fun Easter card to put together using the Creative Expressions Weaving Collection Craft Dies by Sue Wilson that are perfect for creating a Basket look!  The inside oval from the Hannah Die is large, but if you cut-it in half,  you could also create a full basket of half eggs to make basket look like its full of complete eggs. LOL!  Doesn't this die remind you of an egg shape too? :)   I cut out several of these ovals out in White and Polk-a-dot Cardstock colors and adhered the layered then cut in half to create the eggs. These were then adhered with foam tape for dimension and positioned to fit evenly inside the basket opening.  Alternating the colors adds interest. Sooo Fun. Hope you'll give it a try too!

Happy Easter - CARD RECIPE 
 Stamps; Creative Expressions Petite Lavish Sentiments Clear stamp set  
 Ink: Mint Dye Ink (for stamping sentiment and inking the white button to match)
Paper; Colored Polkadot CS, White CS
Techniques: Dry Embossing, Layering, Weaving
Accessories: CE Craft Dies by Sue Wilson: Frames & Tags Collection -Hannah (for the Eggs), Frames & Tags collection - Pierced Tags (for sentiment panel), The Weaving Collection Striped & Classic Dies (for the Egg Basket), CE Beaded Fanfare Embossing Folder by Sue Wilson, Button, Ribbons 
Creative Expressions PRODUCTS used on this project; 
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Thanks for stopping by today. I love to hearing from you! Happy Creating! :)


  1. gorgeous card and design America

    gr karin

  2. Gorgeous card!
    Love the colors!

  3. How clever - so effective. Fab work teamie. I see you are the featured blog on FB SET craft too - well done x

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