Hi crafty friends, Joy here and I hope you are excited for some great inspiration for this blog hop! You just came from my sweet friend Emily Leiphart and your next stop will be the very talented Ilina Crouse. I made a couple of cards using the Large Die of the Month..Spring Together with Lever Pull. Now, I didn't make an interactive card for the hop, I will share another video I did make using the interactive part from the die. Everything I used for this card is listed and linked below.
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I started by stenciling the background in yellow and green, it has a soft spring feel to it. I trimmed it down and added a white mat behind it. I die cut these cute little lambs from black and white cardstock. I added some grey ink detail on the white parts of the lambs with a small blender brush. I added black glaze pen and white gel pen to the eyes and cheeks for more detail. I added pretty pink and white flowers, which pops off of the yellow and green background. I die cut the sentiment with pink cardstock 3 times and glued them together for dimension. I also added dimension to the lambs with foam tape.
I used the same stencil for this background with pink and blue ink. I die cut a gray bunny and added gray ink around the edges for more detail. I added detail to the eyes and cheeks with black glaze pen and white gel pen. I used yellow and white flowers for a pop of color, with a yellow sentiment. I did the same as above and die cut it 3 times and glued it together. I matted the stenciled background onto a white embossed background. I used and embossed folder to give it some more detail. I then added that to a white A2 size card base.
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