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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

He is Risen Punch Flower Easter Card

This Easter Card features punched flowers and the He Is Risen sentiment. This sentiment is from the current Mini Catalog and is sold as a single stamp. Despite all the cute punch art bunnies and Easter eggs, this is of course the reason for the celebration.

For added texture the card has a layer on the front that was embossed with the Manhattan Flower embossing folder.  I love using the Big Shot and embossing folders to create extra texture on a card. It really adds richness to a project.

The sentiment is gold embossed and punched with the Decorative Label punch. The same punch is used to make the framing layer punched out of gold metallic paper. I showed in an earlier post how to use the one punch to get this layered effect. Check here to see how its done. This is a really cool technique and its a great way to get double duty from your punches. It works especially well with the Decorative Label Punch.


The flower is made from 1 white piece punched from the new Blossom Punch and 2 white pieces punched with the 5-Petal Flower Punch. They are held together by a gold brad. The green leaves are also punched from the 5-Petal Flower Punch.

Did you notice that the flower has some dimension too?  After we put the flower layers together we curled the petals with a bone folder.  Its such a simple easy thing to do, but again, it adds more dimension and interest.



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--Katie

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