MARCH CLUB CARD
I LOVE THIS STAMP! It is one single stamp and only costs $10. I cut mine before I mounted it so I could use the lamb for whatever. You do not have to cut it, but I preferred it to masking the words. Thinking past Easter, this can also be used to make baby cards. Just cover up the greeting or omit it.
Stamp: Easter Lamb 140740
Supplies: Circles Collection Framelits Dies 130911, Soft Sky Cardstock 131203, Crumb Cake Cardstock 120953, Watermelon Wonder 138334, Birthday Bouquet DSP 140557, Watermelon Wonder 140580, Versamark 102283, Gold Stampin Embossing Powder 109129, Embossing Buddy 103083, White Signo Uni-Ball Gel Pen 105021, Crumb Cake Marker 120967, Blushing Bride Marker 131265
For this card I embossed the lamb on crumb cake cardstock in gold emboss powder. I then used our white gel pen to color in some of the wool. The gel pen really pops on the crumb cake cardstock. And it’s really easy to color in- no going out of the lines, since I embossed it in gold first.
As you can see I cut the Watermelon Wonder in the circle that is the size below the scalloped circle, I cut the Birthday DSP in the size just below that one, and the next size is what I cut my cute little Lamb out with. I also cut a strip of DSP to insert inside of the card to show out of the edge of your card. The girl who did this card(Kim Williams) originally put a dsp inside the cardbase, where you would write. I did not care for it. For the scallop edge on the front of the card, I used the circle framelits. Here’s how I placed the framelit before I ran it through the Big Shot.
I used the circle framelits to make all the circles on this card. This is also the view of the inside of the card. I did NOT pop anything up for this card. I liked it without popping it up, it is a busy little card and did not think it needed it. You can do whatever with your own card. I finished the card off with the BEAUTIFUL Watermelon Wonder Ribbon.