I'm madly making Easter cards to both sell at my church as well as send out to relatives and friends. Today I have a floral card (rather than eggs or bunnies) with an Easter sentiment, since in my part of the world, Easter comes at springtime!
I used a watercolor technique to stamp my Dancing Daisies onto vellum. I placed the stamp in my Stamp Platform, colored over the stamp areas with 4 colors of Ranger Distress Markers (Victorian Velvet, Aged Mahogany, Shabby Shutters and Forest Moss), spritzed with water lightly (as I was stamping on vellum that obviously won't absorb the water!) and pressed it onto the vellum.
I let the vellum panel dry, then I die cut the vellum panel as well as a white panel using Scallop Stackers: Small from PTI. I adhered the two die cuts together using 1/8" Scortape just around the outside edge and adhered that panel to a white card base. I stamped the sentiment from Easter Alleluias from PTI onto a punched oval and adhered that directly onto the panel.
I'm linking my card to several challenges:
my sketch fits accept for the one daisy that goes off to the right!
Paper: vellum, white, Lavender Moon - PTI
Ink: Autumn rose - PTI
Accessories: Ranger Distress Markers Victorian Velvet, Aged Mahogany, Shabby Shutters, Forest Moss, Stamp Platform - Tonic/Tim Holtz, water mister, 1/8" ScorTape, oval punch - SU.