Saturday, April 15, 2017

April CAS Mix Up Challenge - Mid Month Reminder!

Here's my post for the Mid Month reminder of the April CAS Mix Up Challenge!  We're using Inlaid Die cutting along with stamping and your choice of another media.
I made another Easter card for this month's challenge - just in time right???!!!  
I -  1) stamped the egg, 2) inlaid the die cut egg and die cut bunny, and 3) my choices - die cut the panel with a stitched edge die, used Wink of Stella, a black pearl, and die cut tissue grass
I die cut the egg out of a white card panel that I had cut with a stitched edge die.  
I stamped this beautiful egg on the white egg die cut.  Then I die cut the bunny out of the center of the stamped egg.  At this point, I adhered the white panel onto the white card base.
I die cut the bunny again out of a piece of brown Color Core Cordinations and sanded the edges so the red showed through.  I die cut the bow out of Hibiscus Burst card and brushed it with Clear Wink of Stella for a little glitter!
I inlaid the bunny on the egg (she pops up a bit as I layered it onto the piece I cut out of the egg), adhered the bow, and added her black pearl eye.  I die cut some grass out of green tissue using a fringe border die and adhered two layers of  it over the bottom of the bunny.
You have until April 24th to link up your inlaid die cut cards!  You'll find the challenge rules, video links to Inlaid Die cutting methods and wonderful inspiration from the Design Team here.

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Stamps:  Nestie Eggs - Waltzingmouse (retired)
Paper:  White and Hibiscus Burst - PTI, green tissue paper, Color Core Cordinations
Ink:  Blueberry Sky - PTI
Accessories:  Dies - Stitched Edge - Waltzingmouse (retired), Nested Eggs- Nestabilities, Mini Bunny and Bow Set - Tim Holtz/Alterations Movers and Shapers, Fringe Border - Memory Box, Mini Sander - Ranger, Tombow Glue, Clear Wink of Stella, black pearl - Kaiser Craft.

15 comments:

nancy littrell said...

Such a pretty fun Easter card with all your die cuts, bunny, grass and inlays. TFS Julia and Happy Easter my friend. Hugs...

Sharli Schaitberger said...

I love the card, Julia!! That egg is gorgeous, and the bunny (OMGSH!) with the red edges - I must look for color core paper! Eggselaent work!

Trina P. said...

Beautiful Easter card Julia. Love all the added dimensions and details.

Sara Barker said...

Julia, your card is perfect for Easter! I love the 'chocolate' bunny and the grass that shows off that beautiful egg! I had a sneak peek at your felt journal, but will have to come back to really absorb all the details. Sneaking a few minutes before I start dinner. Thank you for all your really sweet comments on my blog! They make me smile from ear to ear! Have a blessed Easter! Hugs!

Bonnie said...

I LOVE this chocolate bunny, Julia! And the egg he sits in is gorgeous! Such a pretty Easter card, my friend!

Loll said...

This is elegant and adorable all at the same time. What a beautiful design for your egg. And your bunny is so sweet. LOVE the tissue grass! xx

Brenda Brown said...

A beautiful clean card Julia and such a pretty design. Happy Easter to you and yours xxx

Susan said...

Your bunny looks like a delicious chocolate Easter bunny! Beautiful white and blue pattern on the egg! Happy Easter!

Mona Pendleton said...

Super pretty Easter card Julia! Love the fancy egg and scrumptious bunny! Hope you and your family have a Happy Easter!

butterfly said...

That's adorable, Julia! Hope you have a lovely Easter.
Alison x

SugarGem said...

Such a cute card. Thank you for joining The Heart Desires Challenge

Kim Heggins said...

Sweet card...love your chocolate bunny!

Susan Renshaw said...

Lovely design!
Thank you for sharing with Happy Little Stampers!
Susan
Calling All Crafters! – My personal Blog!

Shauna said...

What a great Easter card! I like your patterned egg and the textured grass!
Thanks for sharing with us at Inkspirational!
- Shauna

Paper Therapy Ponderings said...

such a wonderful Easter card
thank you for joining us at Happy Little Stampers
Barb Housner (DT)

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